Allen Ginsberg

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


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The decades that follow see the birth of Allen Ginsberg, man of his times.
REAL * Ginsberg FAME * Potter WRITERS J Dane DeHaan as Lucien Carr and Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg PALS* Dane and Daniel
Much of ``No Direction'' is composed of interviews with the singer-songwriter himself and those who knew him in those days - from a candid Joan Baez, who does very funny Dylan impressions, to others like Dave Van Ronk, Pete Seeger, Liam Clancy, Maria Muldaur, Al Kooper, Bruce Langhorne, Tony Glover and the late poet Allen Ginsberg.
Lijn, who was involved with the famous Beat Generation artists and writers William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso, became known for her abstract work with plastics, liquids and light in the early 1970s.
Poets Ted Hughes, Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg and Basil Bunting have all performed at the Morden Tower poetry club in the grounds of the old Blackfriar's Monas- tery, Newcastle.
Coagula's house ethicist, Charlie Finch, asked in a howling poetic protest a la Allen Ginsberg whether we're not monsters to be aestheticizing a branch of the military so tainted by the legacy of Vietnam.
Paradise Outlaws starts with a sequence of images showing writers in their chosen homes, Allen Ginsberg on his Cherry Valley farm, for instance.
Primary focus is on charting the lives and achievements of Beat lit's Big Three: Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs, with an honorary fourth chair reserved for their short-lived lifestyle inspiration, Neal Cassady.
EX-FRIENDS Falling Out With Allen Ginsberg, Lionel & Diana Trilling, Lillian Helman, Hannah Arendt, and Norman Mailer By Norman Podhoretz The Free Press, $25
I went to see Allen Ginsberg on April 15, 1994, to do an interview for The Progressive, which we ran in the magazine that August.
Fire in the Streets (1980), an account of politics in the 1960s, includes profiles of <IR> ALLEN GINSBERG </IR> , Tom Hayden, Stokely Carmichael, Jerry Rubin--all of whom played activist roles in opposing the Vietnam War.
Excerpts from content published over the last five decades from some of America's finest writers including: Norman Mailer, Allen Ginsberg, Jonas Mekas, Andrew Sarris, Jack Newfield, Nat Hentoff, Susan Brownmiller, Edward Albee, Jerry Rubin, Vivian Gornick, Jill Johnston, Greil Marcus, Philip Roth, Karen Durbin, Gary Giddins, Pete Hamill, James Wolcott, Lester Bangs, Teresa Carpenter, Roberta Smith, Guy Trebay, Nelson George, Stanley Crouch, J.
But the 22-year-old actor is actually shooting scenes as gay poet Allen Ginsberg for art-house harry from flick Kill Your Darlings, which is inspired by a notorious murder centred on key figures in the bohemian US Beat Generation.
The actor has also played beat poet Allen Ginsberg in 'Howl' and poet Hart Crane in 'The Broken Tower'.
The late, great gay poet Allen Ginsberg channeled a ferocious anger and fear over nuclear proliferation into his 1978 epic poem "Plutonian Ode.