Encyclopedia of Beat Literature
Infobase Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - American literature - 414 pages
Provides comprehensive coverage of the writers of the Beat generation, who emphasized experimental techniques, bohemian lifestyles, and rebellious attitudes, and whose writings had a profound effect on the literature and culture of the 1950s and '60s.
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The latest book in the "Literary Movements" series enters an already crowded field, overlapping with such competing works asThe Beats: A Literary Reference (Carroll & Graf, 2003),The Beat Generation ... Read full review
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A well-versed, articulate and informative reference guide on the culture that helped to cultivate the Hippie Movement. Read full review