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Memories Are Made of This: Robert Crumb Interview

October 18, 2015 in General

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The American cartoonist Robert Crumb

Leaving his wife and a job in Cleveland, Robert Crumb headed for the heart of 60s hippy culture, Haight-Ashbury, and a new life of sex and drugs and cartooning.

Currently living in self imposed exile in the South of France, the notorious cartoonist gives a frank account of his work and life; topics covered in this “lurid” interview include sex, America, misogyny and art.

Observer interview ‘Robert Crumb Hates You’ can be read here.

1 response to Memories Are Made of This: Robert Crumb Interview

  1. Fascinating and depressing stuff. Analysts would have a field day.

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