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Nevill Drury: The Last Conversation (New)
by Hartridge, Timothy
Book ID: 9780992457303, 0992457300
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Exploring occult and alternative lifestyles for over 40 years - Dr Nevill Drury offered books that were groundbreaking and investigative, shining a light on many fascinating people and unusual occult practices. On Tuesday, 15 October 2013 Dr Nevill Drury passed away after a long battle with cancer at the age of 66. Nevill was very much part of the fabric of the Australian occult community, and his work was well known internationally.
Nevill Drury: The Last Conversation commemorates a rich literary life that enabled him to produce an unparalleled body of work. Nevill wrote more than 70 books and academic papers on the occult, alternative healing, and the arts. He produced several major film and television documentaries including The Occult Experience and Healers, Quacks, or Mystics? In the year before he died Nevill gave two in-depth interviews, which provided a glimpse into his fascinating life. These two important interviews offer insight about his attitude toward his impending death and candid views about his career. Ethan Doyle White from Albion Calling, and Greg Kaminsky from The Occult of Personality conducted the interviews. This book also features a special introduction by Tim Hartridge reflecting his personal contact with Dr Nevill Drury from 1978 to 2009.
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