Beat down to your soul: what was the Beat generation?
In this companion anthology to "The Portable Beat Reader", Charters brings together more than 75 essays, reviews, poems, and sketches that evoke the credos and controversies of the Beat generation writers of the 1950s.
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Review: Beat Down to Your Soul: What Was the Beat Generation?User Review - robert - Goodreads
A series of readings listed alphabetically. Orlovsky on Charlie Chaplin and Trilling on Ginsberg are must reads. Buckley is sorta funny, Burroughs okay, Ginsberg inspiring, Kazin perceptive and ... Read full review
Review: Beat Down to Your Soul: What Was the Beat Generation?User Review - Jamil - Goodreads
just read the essays on William Burroughs, by Ann Douglas, Alfred Kazin, Mary McCarthy, Anne Waldman. Read full review
PART ONE I
Al Bendich Award to Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Bonnie Bremser Brenda Frazer Poets and Odd Fellows
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