Hand on the Doorknob: A Charles Plymell Reader

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Water Row Press, 2000 - Poetry - 200 pages
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This sampler includes a representative selection of the author's poetry & prose, including personal reminiscence of, & poetic tributes to, his late friends Ginsberg, William Burroughs & Jack Micheline. Plymell's writings share the Beat Generation's tradition of protest as well as its concern over governmental interference with individual freedoms, especially the enactment of anti-drug legislation.

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Plymell lived with Neal Cassady and Allen Ginsberg in San Francisco in the early 1960s. Ever since then, he has been associated with the Beat Generation, both as a writer (The Last of the Moccasins ... Read full review


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