Reality Sandwiches: 1953-1960: Pocket Poets Number 18
"Scribbled secret notebooks, and wild typewritten pages for yr own joy." Many of Ginsberg's most famous poems.
Wake-up nightmares in Lower East Side, musings in public library, across the U.S. in dream auto, drunk in old Havana, brooding in Mayan ruins, sex daydreams on the West Coast, airplane vision of Kansas, lonely in a leafy cottage, lunch hour on Berkeley, beer notations on Skid Row, slinking to Mexico, wrote this last night in Paris, back on Times square dreaming of Times Square, bombed in NY again, loony tunes in the dentist chair, screaming at old poets in South America, aethereal zigzag Poesy in blue hotel room in Peru-a wind-up book of dreams, psalms, journal enigmas & nude minutes from 1953 to 1960 poems scattered in fugitive magazines here collected.
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Review: Reality SandwichesUser Review - Shaunt - Goodreads
ďA naked lunch is natural to us, we eat reality sandwiches. But allegories are so much lettuce. Don't hide the madness." Read full review
Review: Reality SandwichesUser Review - Jessica - Goodreads
Had its moments, but overall sorta felt real "ooh look how willfully outlandish I am" and irked me. Maybe I'm just not in the right place for Ginsberg right now. I remember enjoying Howl... Read full review
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