Spontaneous Mind: Selected Interviews 1958-1996
From his conversation with the conservative William F. Buckley on PBS to his testimony at the Chicago Seven trial to his passionate riffs on Cezanne, Blake, Whitman, and Pound, the interviews collected in Spontaneous Mind, chronologically arranged and in some cases previously unpublished, were conducted throughout Allen Ginsberg's long career. From the late 1950s to the mid-1990s, Ginsberg speaks frankly about his life, his work, and major events, allowing us to hear once again the impassioned voice of one of the most influential literary and cultural figures of our time.
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Review: Spontaneous Mind: Selected Interviews 1958-1996User Review - Julene - Goodreads
I love this book of interviews with Allen Ginsberg. I read it when I took a class focused on reading and writing from his influence. He has much knowledge and used his interviews to teach. There are ... Read full review
Review: Spontaneous Mind: Selected Interviews 1958-1996User Review - ~ - Goodreads
hilarious how lovingly creative a caringly burdened mind becomes Read full review