Memoirs of a bastard angel

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W. Morrow, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 447 pages
For more than half a century, Harold Norse has been in the vanguard and at the center of creative culture and the homosexual subculture of three continents. His memoir is a major document of the people and events who formed an essential part of the artistic heritage of our time. 20 photos.

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For any lover of Harold Norse, of the beats, or of an interesting life, Memoirs of a Bastard Angel combines the best in autobiography (detailing encounters with some of the twentieth century's best ... Read full review

Memoirs of a Bastard Angel: A Fifty-Year Literary and Erotic Odyssey

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Gay poet and artist Norse is one of those guys who inhabited several literary communities across the globe, from New York's Greenwich Village to Paris, and, as a result, knew everyone and slept with ... Read full review


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