I Couldn't Smoke the Grass on My Father's Lawn

By: Chaplin, Michael

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the son of Charlie Chaplin tells his story until 1966, from rejecting the life of luxury into which he was born, the experimentation with drugs, his marriage, and subsequent settling down; this copy an association copy from the collection of the late Mary Grannan, prolific writer of children's stories for print and radio, and creator of the 'Just Mary' and 'Maggie Muggins' stories; Grannan's bookplate attached to front pastedown; black cloth, 171 pgs., illustrated; moderate general wear; dj w/wear to corners/spine ends, rubbing, impressions;

Title: I Couldn't Smoke the Grass on My Father's Lawn

Author Name: Chaplin, Michael

Categories: Auto/Biography,

Edition: 1st US edition

Publisher: New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons: 1966

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good to Very Good

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 009420

Keywords: MICHAEL CHAPLIN, CHARLIE OONA O'NEILL, 1960S, 60S, COUNTERCULTURE, HIPPIE, HIPPIES, BEATNIKS, MARIJUANA, DRUGS, LSD, ACID, CHILDREN, REBELLION