The poem that changed America : "Howl" fifty years later /
Reflections from America's prominent writers on the seminal poem "Howl" by Allen Ginsberg, on the eve of its fiftieth anniversary.
|Published:||New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.|
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Table of Contents:
- "Howl" by Allen Ginsberg: 1956 Mimeographed Copy?
- "Wild at Heart" / Vivian Gornick
- "Human Seraphim: 'Howl,' Sex, and Holiness" / Mark Doty
- "'Howl' and Hail" / Amiri Baraka
- "'A Lost Battalion of Platonic Conversationalists': 'Howl' and the Language of Modernism" / Marjorie Perloff
- "A Witness" / Bob Rosenthal
- "'Howl' in Transylvania"? / Andrei Codrescu
- Talking Howl 1: Jack Kerouac / Louis Ginsberg and William Carlos and Williams and Lawren
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