Allen Ginsberg


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United States poet of the beat generation (1926-1997)

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Katz notes that" [i]t is difficult to imagine what American culture, in the sixties and in subsequent decades, would have looked like without the impact of Bob Dylan and The Beatles," who were influenced by Ginsberg, and argues, "by extension, it is therefore difficult to conceive what it would have looked like without Allen Ginsberg and the Beat Generation" (2).
Wild Girls is rich with interesting characters, including the Yoko Ono-influenced Rinko Park, but Abeel's portrayal of Allen Ginsberg is particularly vivid.
''My father didn't know who Allen Ginsberg was, he didn't know Cassady, he wasn't part of the Beat scene, but he loved poetry,'' said Los Angeles performance artist Jean Spinosa, who found the letter as she was cleaning out her late father's house two years ago.
Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings
Opens Friday THE STARS Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan THE VERDICT Daniel Radcliffe continues to tread a shrewd and often daring career path post-Harry Potter, and is excellent here as the young Beat Generation poet Allen Ginsberg. He finds the courage to follow his literary leanings after college friend Lucien Carr (DeHaan) stabs to death an older admirer.
Daniel, 24, plays the young Allen Ginsberg and the raunchy scenes are a far cry from his days as Hogwarts' most famous pupil when sharing a smooch with Cho Chang, played by Katie Leung, seemed daring.
16 ( ANI ): Daniel Radcliffe and Cher were hailed as big winners by their gay fans at the Attitude Awards, where Radcliffe was dubbed the best actor for his portrayal of gay poet Allen Ginsberg in 'Kill Your Darlings' and the 'Believe' singer was called a 'legend' at the after party.
Wales Visitation was penned by Allen Ginsberg, a pioneer of the American Beat Generation, during a trip to Capel-y-ffin in the Black Mountains in the 1960s.
Allen Ginsberg once said that San Francisco's Cockettes took what had been in the closet and brought it out into the street.
A mysterious Beat Generation footnote is fleshed out with skilled performances, darkly poetic visuals and a vivid rendering of 1940s academia in "Kill Your Darlings." Directed with an assured sense of style that pushes against the narrow confines of its admittedly fascinating story, John Krokidas' first feature feels adventurous yet somewhat hemmed-in as it imagines a vortex of jealousy, obsession and murder that engulfed Allen Ginsberg, William S.
Now he's only gone and turned in a terrific performance as Beat poet Allen Ginsberg.
By Bruce McKinney/Featuring poetry by Allen Ginsberg
Bill Morgan is a longtime chronicler and associate of the gang of writers known as the Beats, especially the poet Allen Ginsberg, whom he fingers as the center around which the Beat solar system gyrated.
I write to protest the scandalously unfair review by Richard Canning of The Letters of Allen Ginsberg [Nov.-Dec.