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  1. Collected Poems 1947-1997 by Allen Ginsberg, 2007-10-01
  2. Howl and Other Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg, 2001-01-01
  3. Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg: The Letters by Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, 2010-07-08
  4. Collected Poems 1947-1980 by Allen Ginsberg, 1988-05-18
  5. I Celebrate Myself: The Somewhat Private Life of Allen Ginsberg by Bill Morgan, 2007-09-25
  6. Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg by Sarah Greenough, 2010-05-20
  7. The Letters of Allen Ginsberg by Allen Ginsberg, 2008-09-02
  8. Selected Poems 1947-1995 (Perennial Classics) by Allen Ginsberg, 2001-04-01
  9. The Fall of America: Poems of These States 1965-1971 (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) by Allen Ginsberg, 2001-01-01
  10. Indian Journals by Allen Ginsberg, 1996-08-13
  11. The Book of Martyrdom and Artifice: First Journals and Poems: 1937-1952 by Allen Ginsberg, Juanita Lieberman-Plimpton, et all 2008-02-05
  12. Howl: Original Draft Facsimile, Transcript, and Variant Versions, Fully Annotated by Author, with Contemporaneous Correspondence, Account of First Public ... Pres (Harper Perennial Modern Classics) by Allen Ginsberg, 2006-10-01
  13. Allen Ginsberg Photographs by Allen Ginsberg, 1991-05
  14. Death & Fame: Last Poems 1993-1997 by Allen Ginsberg, 2000-03-01

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    1926–1997. For poet and activist Allen Ginsberg, New York was full of “angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of
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    For poet and activist Allen Ginsberg, New York was full of “angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night,” as he put it in the famous poem Howl, and he too burned to connect to something heavenly, to find real meaning in life and to share it with others. Saul Bellow called him “the only authentic living representative of American Transcendentalism.” Indeed, his was a rugged American spirit in the tradition of Thoreau and Emerson, and like them he was that rarest of all species, a pacifistic revolutionary. He attended Columbia University in the in 1940s and was a fixture of the New York literary scene until his death.
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    7. Allen Ginsberg: Howl, First Edition
    GINSBERG, ALLEN. Howl and Other Poems I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness FIRST EDITION, one of only 1000 copies, of one of the most influential
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    "Early in the following year Howl and Other Poems was published with an introduction by William Carlos Williams as number four in the City Lights Pocket Poets Series. In May 1956 copies of the small black-and-white stapled paperback were seized by the San Francisco police, who arrested Ferlinghetti and Shigeyoshi Murao, his shop manager, and charged them with publishing and selling an obscene and indecent book. The American Civil Liberties Union took up the defense of Ginsberg's poem in a highly publicized obscenity trial in San Francisco, which concluded in October 1957 when Judge Clayton Horn ruled that Howl had redeeming social value" ( American National Biography San Francisco: The City Lights Pocket Bookshop, (1956). Introduction by William Carlos Williams. The Pocket Poets Series: Number Four. Small quarto, original printed wrappers. Some soiling to wrappers with crease on front wrapper; printer's error (found in other copies) on pp. 20-21 (ink didn't print near edges, with some text missing). A very good copy. $2800.

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    Allen Ginsberg at the Miami Book Fair International of 1985 Born Irwin Allen Ginsberg
    June 3, 1926
    Newark, New Jersey
    , U.S. Died April 5, 1997
    New York City, U.S. Occupation Writer, poet Literary movement Beat , New American Poets, Hippies, Postmodernism Influences Neal Cassady Jack Kerouac Wavy Gravy Gregory Corso ... Fritz Lang Influenced Bob Dylan Wavy Gravy LeRoi Jones Robert Lowell ... John S. Hall Irwin Allen Ginsberg (pronounced /ˈɡɪnzbərɡ/ ; June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) was an American poet who vigorously opposed militarism materialism and sexual repression . In the 1950s, Ginsberg was a leading figure of the Beat Generation , an anarchic group of young men and women who joined poetry, song, sex, wine and illicit drugs with passionate political ideas that championed personal freedoms. Ginsberg's epic poem " Howl ", in which he celebrates his fellow "angel-headed hipsters" and excoriates what he saw as the destructive forces of capitalism and conformity in the United States, is one of the classic poems of the Beat Generation

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    Allen Ginsberg. Allen Ginsberg was born in Newark, New Jersey, on June 3, 1926. The son of Louis and Naomi Ginsberg, two Jewish members of the New York literary counterculture
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    by Eileen Myles The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg A Brief Guide to the Beat Poets Bob Kaufman: The Enigmatic Beat Poet Other Beat Poets Anne Waldman Bob Kaufman Gary Snyder Gregory Corso ... Lawrence Ferlinghetti Other San Fran. Renaissance Poets Gary Snyder Jack Spicer Kenneth Rexroth Robert Duncan Lesson Plans Voice External Links A "Howl" That Still Echoes: Ginsberg Poem Recalled
    Lawrence Ferlinghetti recalls the first public reading of "Howl." By Paul Lorio, San Francisco Chronicle , October 28, 2000. Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997)
    A collection of critical, historical, and biographical information at the Modern American Poetry site. Housebook: Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso
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    Ginsberg, Allen (1926-1997) Probably the best-known U.S. poet to emerge in the post-World War II period, Allen Ginsberg entered public awareness with the controversy over his first book, Howl and Other Poems (1956). A sharp denunciation of America's cultural temper during the Cold War, the volume included extremely frank celebration of the libido in all its manifestations, including the homoerotic Throughout numerous later works, Ginsberg has embodied varied aspects of the counterculture: pacifism, drug experimentation, sexual liberation, hostility to bureaucracy (both capitalist and Communist), and openness to Eastern religions. Sponsor Message.

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    Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) American poet and diarist, a highly visible figure with Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs in the beat generation literary movement, that burst into prominence in the 1950s. Allen Ginsberg's poem HOWL (1956) is one of the most significant products of that movement. However, before the radical work he underwent a long apprenticeship in traditional rhymed and metered lyrics. I saw the the best minds of my generation
    destroyed by madness, starving hysterical
    dragging themselves through the negro
    streets at dawn looking for an angry fix
    angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient
    heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night.
    (from Howl! Allen Ginsberg was born in Newark, New Jersey. His parents, second-generation Russian-Jewish immigrants, were left-wing radicals interested in Marxism, nudism, feminism, all modern ideas. Louis Ginsberg (1895-1976), his father, was a teacher and poet, whose work appeared such publications as the New York Times Magazine . During Ginsberg's mother, Naomi (Levy) Ginsberg, was diagnosed as suffering from paranoia; she was institutionalized, eventually lobotomised, and she died in an asylum in 1956. Her tragic life is the subject of Ginsberg's poem 'Kaddish', which was written in one 40-hour session as a compensation of her funeral service, where there weren't enough male mourners present for the rabbi to read the funeral elegy, the kaddish. The poem begins with Ginsberg's sense of loss and moves on to document his mother's life and death. "O mother / what have I left out / O mother / what have I forgotten / O mother / farewell".

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    "I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked,
    dragging themselves through the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix,
    angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night,
    who poverty and tatters and hollow-eyed high sat up smoking in the supernatural darkness of cold-water flats floating across the tops of cities contemplating jazz"
    - excerpt from "HOWL" A llen Ginsberg, the visionary poet and founding father of the Beat generation inspired the American counterculture of the second half of the 20th century with groundbreaking poems such as "Howl" and "Kaddish." Among the avant-garde he was considered a spiritual and sexually liberated ambassador for tolerance and enlightenment. With an energetic and loving personality, Ginsberg used poetry for both personal expression and in his fight for a more interesting and open society. Allen Ginsberg comments on "Allen Ginsberg."

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    American writer and poet, the bearded bard of scatological colloquialisms who became the symbol of the anger under flower-power. Asked once to define his political and social views, Ginsberg said simply: "Absolute defiance." The son of a New Jersey schoolteacher and minor poet, Louis Ginsberg, he and his brother Eugene were taught to recite Dickinson, Poe, Shelley, Keats and Milton. Ginsberg credited his mother Naomi, a Russian-born Marxist who died in a mental institution in 1956, with instilling his "mad idealism." Ginsberg entered Columbia University intending to become a left-wing lawyer. He became a protégé of two heavyweight literati, Lionel Trilling and Mark Van Doren. He then fell in with Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Neal Cassady and those who were out of the literary, cultural, political and sexual mainstream. Ginsberg received a B.A. as a market consultant before dropping out of Columbia to join the Merchant Marines. He claimed to have had a mystical vision while masturbating in East Harlem in which he heard an angelic voice reciting William Blake's "Songs of Experience." After these mystical visions, he spent eight months in a mental institution in 1948. He later joined Ferlinghetti, Snyder and others in the "West Coast Poetry Renaissance" in the San Francisco Bay area.

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    The Poem That Changed America Howl Fifty Years Later Jason Shinder (Editor) 0374173435 March 2006 Hardcover From Publishers Weekly If the opening lines of Allen Ginsberg's Howl

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    Ginsberg Allen The Poem That Changed America: "Howl" Fifty Years Later
    Jason Shinder (Editor)
    March 2006
    From Publishers Weekly
    If the opening lines of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" aren't seared into your brain, they will be by the end of this collection of 26 essays compiled by Shinder, a poet (Among Women) who learned much of his craft as Ginsberg's pupil. It's a shame the poem isn't included, though it feels as if it's quoted in its entirety at various points (the hardcover edition does come with a Ginsberg reading on CD). This collection juxtaposes reflections by writers such as Rick Moody and Andrei Codrescu about the impact of "Howl' on their lives; Billy Collins writes, " wasn't a waste of time for a Catholic high school boy from the suburbs to try to sound in his poems like a downtown homosexual Jewish beatnik." Robert Pinsky writes that he was initially elated by the poem's linguistic freedom even more than by its raw emotion.... American Scream
    Jonah Raskin
    Apr 2004
    From Publishers Weekly Howl and Other Poems Allen Ginsberg July 1991 Paperback Book Review The epigraph for Howl is from Walt Whitman: "Unscrew the locks from the doors!/Unscrew the doors themselves from their jambs!" Announcing his intentions with this ringing motto, Allen Ginsberg published a volume of poetry which broke so many social taboos that copies were impounded as obscene, and the publisher, poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, was arrested. The court case that followed found for Ginsberg and his publisher, and the publicity made both the poet and the book famous. Ginsberg went on from this beginning to become a cultural icon of sixties radicalism. This works seminal place in the culture is indicated in Czeslaw Milosz's poetic tribute to Ginsberg: "Your blasphemous howl still resounds in a neon desert where the human tribe wanders, sentenced to unreality". This text refers to the...

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    Kaddish - Allen Ginsberg MESCALINE Rotting Ginsberg, I stared in the mirror naked today
    I noticed the old skull, I'm getting balder
    my pate gleams in the kitchen light under thin hair
    like the skull of some monk in old catacombs lighted by
    a guard with flashlight
    followed by a mob of tourists
    so there is death
    my kitten mews, and looks into the closet
    Boito sings on the phonograph tonight his ancient song of angels
    Antinous bust in brown photograph still gazing down from my wall
    a light burst from God's delicate hand sends down a wooden dove to the calm virgin Beato Angelico's universe the cat's gone mad and scraowls around the floor What happens when the death gong hits rotting ginsberg on the head what universe do I enter death death death death death the cat's at rest are we ever free of - rotting ginsberg Then let it decay, thank God I know thank who thank who Thank you, O lord, beyond my eye the path must lead somewhere the path the path thru the rotting shit dump, thru the Angelico orgies Beep, emit a burst of babe and begone

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