Glass Teat, The (1st Edition, 1970 Ace) – BLOOD’S BARGAINS


BLOOD’S BARGAINs  are books that have sustained cosmetic damage but are still readable. From badly aligned spines and miscut covers to serious bumps, bruises, and scuffs, think of these as books Blood salvaged from the post-apocalyptic wastes in an effort to civilize Vic.

Harlan Ellison’s first book of television criticism.

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Ace; 1st Edition

Cover by Leo & Diane Dillon.

America: Change it…or loose it!

That is the powerful message of this no-holds-barred book of tv criticism, chosen from a year’s worth of weekly assaults on racism, pollution, half-witted situation comedies, corrupt politicians, asinine talk-shows, monstrous bad taste, and the fat-cat blindness of the Establishment ending in suicidal civil disorder.

These 52 memorable and uncompromising hard-looks at our society and the world pull together, for the first time, the tangled lines of McLuhanesque communication that shape our daily lives…

All as seen by Harlan Ellison, firebrand young tv columnist of the Los Angeles Free Press.

Additional information

Weight 0.375 lbs
Dimensions 4.125 × 7 × 0.625 in

Limited Edition