The Beat Generation: Critical Essays
Peter Lang, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 352 pages
It has been fifty years since the Beats first came upon the literary scene and although the academy's hostility toward the Beats has not completely abated, it has certainly diminished. Today mainstream publishers are adding many Beat titles to their lists
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