Beat Poets

ISBN-10: 0375413324

ISBN-13: 9780375413322

Edition: 2002

Authors: Carmela Ciuraru
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Description: An impassioned audacity distinguishes the thirty writers represented in the rousing anthology of poetry from the great 20th-century countercultural literary movement. In combining art with an unapologetic antiestablishment zeal, the Beats gave birth to a literature of previously unimaginable expressive range, fomenting an artistic revolution. The defining work of Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac provides the foundation for this collection, which also features statements on Beat poetics, selections from the alternately ardent, incendiary, and earnest correspondence of Beat Generation writers, and the improvisational verse of such Beat legends as Robert Creeley, Diane Di Prima, Gregory Corso, Denise Levertov, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Philip Whalen, Bob Kaufman, and Peter Orlovsky, along with the work of other women writers and the lesser-known poets of this school. Visceral and powerful, infused with an unmediated spiritual and social awareness, Beat Poets is a rich and varied tribute and—in the populist spirit of the Beats—a vital addition to the libraries of readers everywhere.

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List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date: 7/9/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 256
Size: 4.50" wide x 6.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.220
Language: English

Carmela Ciuraru is a graduate of Columbia University's School of Journalism, she lives in New York City.

Foreword
(1934-98) From Poems of Madness ("City Madness")
(1930-2001) Hello From Ode to Coit Tower From Transformation & Escape I Am 25 Poets Hitchhiking on the Highway Away One Year After Reading "In the Clearing" Writ on the Eve of My 32nd Birthday Second Night in N.Y.C. After 3 Years
(1933-62) "Trust yourself-but not too far"
(1926- ) Chasing the Bird The Dishonest Mailmen I Know a Man The End The Hill The Rain For Love
(1934- ) Revolutionary Letter #1 Poem in Praise of My Husband (Taos) The Quarrel April Fool Birthday Poem for Grandpa Poetics
(1919- ) #9 ("Truth is not the secret of a few") #13 ("It was a face which darkness could kill") #22 ("crazy to be alive in such a strange world") #39 ("A blockage in the bowel"')
(1926-97) From Howl "Back on Times Square, Dreaming of Times Square" My Alba Song Malest Cornifici Tuo Catullo Tears From Kaddish A Supermarket in California Sunflower Sutra From America
(1923- ) Parachutes, My Love, Could Carry Us Higher Sunday Evening
(1934- ) Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note Sex, like desire War Poem Political Poem
(1932- ) Enlightenment Poem Blues for Sister Sally Junk/Angel
(1925-86) Benediction West Coast Sounds-1956 Fragment Ginsberg (for Allen) Abomunist Manifesto
(1922-69) Mexican Loneliness How to Meditate A Sudden Sketch Poem 116 Hymn From Mexico City Blues
(1923- ) "I dreamed of a bum seven foot tall" "My muse goosed me"
(1934- ) "It is lonely" "My father died this spring" May 29 "It's a great day"
(1927- ) From Hypodermic Light High "Man is in pain"
(1923-97) The Gypsy's Window The Flight The Marriage The Marriage (II) Poem from Manhattan
(1930- ) A Vacancy
(1932- ) The Flowers of Politics (I) The Flowers of Politics (II) Mad Sonnet 13
(1937- ) From the Untitled Epic Poem 6th Raga: For Bob Alexander 15th Raga: For Bela Lugosi
(1916- ) Picasso Visits Braque I Would Not Recommend Love "I Have Always Liked George Gershwin More than Ernest Hemingway" I Have Seen the Light and It Is My Mind Hotel Nirvana
(1926-66) Personal Poem Autobiographia Literaria Today My Heart Avenue A Now That I Am in Madrid and Can Think Having a Coke With You
(1933- ) Peter's Jealous of Allen "Writing poems is a Saintly thing" Some One Liked Me When I Was Twelve Collaboration: Letter to Charlie Chaplin
(1921- ) Take My Disproportionate Desire Matins & Lauds Communion of Saints: The Poor Bastard Under the Bridge
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