Allen Ginsberg

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Noun1.Allen Ginsberg - United States poet of the beat generation (1926-1997)
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Translator Erik Mortensen uses his firsthand experiences as a scholar in Turkey to frame this fascinating examination of how writers associated with the Beat culture in the West, including Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and Charles Bukowski were received and translated into Turkish literary culture.
A few years ago, I brought a group of poetry students to Stanford University's library to see the archive of Allen Ginsberg's work.
The Poetry and Politics of Allen Ginsberg is a fully-developed analysis of Ginsberg's political poetry; Eliot Katz deals directly with the political inspirations, implications, and influences of Ginsberg's bop prosody in a book-length study.
So, his first major retrospective in more than thirty years will be rife with words: A novel, a screenplay, piles of books (including the slyly fictional Remainders, 1991), and a mural-scale phonetic remake of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" are among the approximately 120 works included.
Brett heads to Paris, living in fleabag hotels and befriending some of the Beat Generation writers, including Allen Ginsberg. Manhattan career girl Audrey sets her sights on publishing best-selling novels.
Kerouac told The Paris Review in 1968 that poet Allen Ginsberg loaned the letter to a friend who lived on a houseboat in Northern California.
YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15)) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
It also includes materials from never-before published interviews with such figures as Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, and Burroughs himself.
Itzhaki Properties has sold the one-time home of writer and poet, Allen Ginsberg.
He plays aspiring American poet Allen Ginsberg who, in 1940s New York, befriends the dashing Lucien who's being stalked by a former teacher (Michael C Hall, of TV's Dexter).
Daniel Radcliffe is impressive as poet Allen Ginsberg