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Fri Mar 21 17:06:41 2014 UTClccn-n500164230.20The Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963 /0.481.00Planet Earth is much more farout than the human brain19676049Gregory_Corson 5001642351880Corso, Gregory Nunzio, 1930-2001コーソ, グレゴリーlccn-n79109040Ginsberg, Allen1926-1997iveprfctblyrauiivractnrtcmplccn-n79026862Burroughs, William S.1914-1997iveprfartlccn-no90016383Skau, Michael1944-lccn-n80036674Kerouac, Jack1922-1969iveauslyrnrtlccn-n82079901Morgan, Bill1949-edtlccn-n50034114Cassady, Nealivelccn-n00030973Olson, Kirby1956-lccn-n78095790ThomasAquinas, Saint1225?-1274lccn-n80023557Ferlinghetti, Lawrenceiveprfnrtlccn-n81127847Miles, Barry1943-ivrCorso, GregoryBiographyInterviewsPoetryRecords and correspondenceDramaPortraitsManuscriptsExhibition catalogsBibliographyCriticism, interpretation, etcBeat generationCorso, GregoryAmerican poetryAmerican literatureAuthors, AmericanUnited StatesBurroughs, William S.,Ginsberg, Allen,ReligionInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Christianity and literatureChristian poetry, AmericanBelief and doubt in literatureThomas,--Aquinas, Saint,France--ParisHomesAmericansIntellectual lifeAuthors, American--Homes and hauntsPoetryKerouac, Jack,Poets, AmericanFerlinghetti, LawrenceArtistsPortrait photographyCivilizationNineteen fiftiesFriendshipSnyder, Gary,Baraka, Amiri,Orlovsky, Peter,Leary, Timothy,Avant-garde (Aesthetics)Manners and customsMotion picture playsWagoner, DavidOlson, Charles,Lowell, Robert,O'Hara, Frank,Wright, James,Dickey, JamesHayden, Robert,Plath, SylviaOppenheimer, Joel,Wilbur, Richard,Levertov, Denise,Mezey, RobertBrooks, Gwendolyn,Kees, Weldon,Nemerov, Howard1930200119541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201314694587945811.54PS3505.O763ocn052960431ocn789852907ocn859437253ocn688557151ocn003309459ocn006268001ocn054996811ocn057923782ocn084014818ocn809853568ocn061272800ocn753658425ocn809214305ocn171586103ocn671249840ocn671248622ocn780254934ocn691504946ocn661623917ocn765692936ocn661623406ocn765693043ocn661623925ocn661623414ocn661623419ocn767197811ocn765693029ocn084963065ocn470234631ocn658986818ocn762969645ocn186534576ocn725251676ocn769177122ocn69218375289415ocn020012340book19890.35Corso, GregoryMindfieldPoetry+-+714569384575015ocn000282576book19600.47Corso, GregoryThe happy birthday of death+-+727557663573913ocn000125841book19700.50Corso, GregoryElegiac feelings American+-+917557663568319ocn014770136book19590.56Corso, GregoryLong live man : [poems]Poems written from 1959 to 1962 by the San Francisco avant-garde writer+-+107557663549017ocn000256675book19580.59Corso, GregoryGasoline+-+93351372354709ocn007553254book19810.53Corso, GregoryHerald of the autochthonic spirit+-+74635766353324ocn052960431visu19860.24What happened to Kerouac?Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsInvestigates the personal history and creative process of Jack Kerouac, father of the Beat Generation, author of "On the road", and a pivotal figure of the fifties countercultural revolution. Shows what happened when fame and notoriety were thrust upon an essentially reticent man29326ocn002137090book19580.50Corso, GregoryGasoline ; The vestal lady on BrattleSynopsis: Gregory Corso was born on March 26, 1930 in New York City. His first book of poetry was published by City Lights Press in 1955+-+933513723527014ocn000228034book19550.86Corso, GregoryThe vestal lady on brattle; and other poems2464ocn040223945visu19870.27The Beat generation an American dreamCriticism, interpretation, etcIn the early 1950s a small group of writers and painters gathered in the Bohemian quarters of New York and San Francisco. They voiced their concerns over America's post WWII euphoria in a manner so raucous and colorful that the media took note and dubbed them the Beat Generation. This film portrait of this volatile period of American culture is illuminated perfectly through rare archival footage and interviews with those who lived through and influenced the era16722ocn000634296book19630.66Corso, GregoryGregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen GinsbergPoetry1434ocn000900485book19680.73Pardon me, sir, but is my eye hurting your elbow?FictionDrama1431ocn809214305book20120.79Cut-ups, cut-ins, cut-outs : the art of William S. BurroughsCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraitsExhibition catalogsManuscripts1237ocn041168025visu19590.70Pull my daisyDramaPresents Jack Kerouac's adapted play; this version is widely acknowledged as a classic moment in American independent cinema, marked by Robert Frank's filmmaking debut. The film describes the moods and feelings of a group of poets and musicians meeting in a loft apartment on a Friday morning. Jack Kerouac speaks for all the characters and comments on their actions+-+98186701381226ocn000684294book19620.90Corso, GregorySelected poems1202ocn171586103visu20080.73Robert Frank the complete film worksPull my daisy: A short fictional film in which a married couple, Neal and Carolyn Cassady, hang out with their friends, including several beat poets and a "square" bishop+-+50186701381053ocn000683090book19580.93Corso, GregoryBombPoetry999ocn003153501book19610.92Corso, GregoryThe American express+-+6257901406967ocn037618602visu19780.37Fried shoes, cooked diamondsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryInterviewsReunion of some leading poets of the "Beat" generation at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado: Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Timothy Leary, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Diana Di Prima, Meredith Monk, Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Miguel Pinero, Miguel Algarin, and Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche831ocn688557151rcrd20100.35American poetsThe Spoken Word series highlights the speeches, readings, and broadcasts delivered by notable literary minds. Here, several acclaimed American poets are featured+-+K15608762519093ocn044954936file19990.35Skau, MichaelA clown in a grave complexities and tensions in the works of Gregory CorsoCriticism, interpretation, etc"Using a number of critical approaches, Michael Skau examines Gregory Corso's complex imagination, his humor, and his poetic techniques in dealing with America, the Beat generation, and death."--BOOK JACKET. "Skau covers the complete works of Corso, one of the four major Beat Generation writers (with Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and William S. Burroughs) who attempted to provide an alternative to what they saw as the academic forms of literature dominating American writing through the 1940s and 1950s."--BOOK JACKET+-+370778453510962ocn077115846file20020.53Olson, KirbyGregory Corso doubting ThomistHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+92997845359111ocn456729615book20100.24Morgan, BillThe typewriter is holy : the complete, uncensored history of the Beat generationCriticism, interpretation, etcChronicles the lives of key contributors and offers insight into their lasting influence, featuring coverage of the stories surrounding such publications as Allen Ginsberg's "Howl and Other Poems" and Jack Kerouac's "On the Road."+-+87974016968251ocn043333475book20000.29Miles, BarryThe Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1958-1963HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"The Beat Hotel has been closed for nearly forty years. But for a brief period - from just after the publication of Howl in 1957 until the building was sold in 1963 - it was home to Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Brion Gysin, Peter Orlovsky, Harold Norse, and a host of other luminaries of the Beat Generation. Now, Barry Miles - acclaimed author of many books on the Beats and a personal acquaintance of many of them - vividly excavates this remarkable period and restores it to a historical picture that has, until now, been skewed in favor of the two coasts of America." "A cheap rooming house on the bohemian Left Bank, the hotel was inhabited mostly by writers and artists, and its communal atmosphere spurred the Beats to incredible heights of creativity."--BOOK JACKET+-+K3116675352934ocn050920695book20030.63Corso, GregoryAn accidental autobiography : the selected letters of Gregory CorsoRecords and correspondence"For all his charm and intelligence poet Gregory Corso lived a vagabond life. He never held down a regular job. Until his final years, he rarely stayed very long under the same roof. He spent long stretches - some as long as four or five years - abroad. Many of his letters came from Europe - France, England, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Greece - as he kept in touch with his circle of friends - among them his best friends Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. He left (or was left by) a number of girlfriends and he fathered five children along the way. He was apt to raise a bit of a ruckus at poetry readings and other public events. No one could be sure what he might do next except that he would write poetry and get published and that it would be widely read." "When the idea of a book of selected letters was first proposed, Gregory had some reservations about it. Would the book reveal too much about his private life? But then with typical hubris he said the equivalent of "let it all hang out" and "all" does hang out in An Accidental Autobiography. The book is indeed the next thing to an unplanned self-portrait and gives a lively sense of the life Gregory Corso led, marching to his own drummer and leaving in his wake such marvelous books of Beat poetry as The Happy Birthday of Death, Elegiac Feelings America, Long Live Man, and Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit."--BOOK JACKET+-+50806766352094ocn000127894book19700.73Charters, AnnScenes along the road : photographs of the desolation angels, 1944-1960PortraitsPictorial works1432ocn000683073book19660.92Wilson, Robert AA bibliography of works by Gregory Corso, 1954-1965Bibliography1232ocn026762232book19890.88Stephenson, GregoryExiled angel : a study of the work of Gregory CorsoCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+06669352363241221ocn741563470book20120.93Turco, LewisDialects of the tribe : postmodern American poets and poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+55805718461052ocn021382667visu19780.37Fried shoes, cooked diamondsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryInterviewsReunion of some leading poets of the "Beat" generation at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado: Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Timothy Leary, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Diana Di Prima, Meredith Monk, Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Miguel Pinero, Miguel Algarin, and Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche622ocn009827308book19820.95Gregory CorsoCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsProvides information on Beat Generation poet Gregory Corso (1930-), compiled by Levi Asher. Details his writing style and links to a bibliography of Corso's work372ocn052324926book20000.20Miles, BarryThe Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs and Corso in Paris, 1957-1963HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography243ocn008957723book19650.96Corso, GregorySome of my beginnings and what I feel right nowCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography181ocn047228925book20010.27Poetry criticism, excerpts from criticism of the works of the most significant and widely studied poets of world literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcPresents literary criticism on the works of poets of all nations, cultures, and time periods. Critical essays are selected from leading sources, including published journals, magazines, books, reviews, diaries, newspapers, broadsheets, pamphlets, and scholarly papers+-+9360912325133ocn023038191book19720.98Cheung, DominicDang dai Meiguo shi feng mao111ocn031491991book19940.97Corso, GregoryPoems, interview, photographsInterviews71ocn078066290book19900.56Ginsberg, AllenAllen Ginsberg photographsPortraits+-+679791794532471ocn028977813book19691.00Corso, GregoryPlanet Earth is much more farout than the human brainPoetryPortraits62ocn018472249book19760.88Schwartz, Marilyn MFrom Beat to beatific : religious ideas in the writings of Kerouac, Ginsberg, and CorsoCriticism, interpretation, etc51ocn222943928book20010.21Miles, BarryThe Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs and Corso in Paris, 1957-63+-+7145693845+-+7145693845Fri Mar 21 16:02:05 EDT 2014batch38191