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Allen verbatim : lectures on poetry, politics, consciousness

Author: Allen Ginsberg; Gordon Ball
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1974.
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Genre/Form: History
Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997.
Allen verbatim: lectures on poetry, politics, consciousness.
New York, McGraw-Hill [1974]
(OCoLC)590599291
Named Person: Allen Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Ginsberg; Gordon Ball
ISBN: 0070232857 9780070232853
OCLC Number: 749967
Description: xv, 269 pages : music ; 23 cm
Contents: I. "Gnostic" consciousness. Identity gossip: Rap session : University of California at Davis, April 27, 1971 --
Eternity : Blake/poetry class: Kent State, April 7, 1971 --
Words and consciousness : Epistemology class: Wisconsin State University, Platteville, Wisconsin, April 13, 1971 --
II. Political opium. Addiction politics, 1922-1970 : Study of history & consequences of criminalization of opium addict population including political documentation of Narcotics Bureau's "War against Physicians" & police opposition to medical treatment of opium addiction, thus encouraging a Mafia-dominated black market cash nexus junk business thus creating epidemic addiction, with a cure for this social disease proposed --
Crime in the streets caused by addiction politics : A little anthology of statistics relating breakdown of law & order & epidemic of crime in streets with consequent police-state hysteria to the original sin of denial of citizenly constitutional privacy & freedom in medical relations between doctor & patient in cases of opiate addiction --
Narcotics agents peddling drugs : Brief bibliography of news reports showing that narcotics agents, federal, state & local, the bulk of each group, are themselves involved in dope trafficking --
CIA involvement with opium traffic at its source --
III. Recent twentieth-century poetry. Advice to youth : Writing class: lounge talk: Kent State, April 5, 1971 / with Robert Duncan --
Early poetic community : Honors College: Kent State, April 7, 1971 / with Robert Duncan --
Kerouac : Fiction class: Kent State, April 6, 1971 --
Poetic breath and Pound's Usura : Modern poetry classes: University of Wyoming, Laramie, Whoming, April 26, 1971 --
The death of Ezra Pound : Talk show: Webster College, Station KDNA, St. Louis, Missouri, November 1, 1972 --
IV. The scholars of war. War and peace: Vietnam and Kent State : War and Peace Class: Kent State, April 6, 1971 --
Myths associated with science : Class: University of California at Davis, April 27, 1971 --
Epilogue : Upstate New York, March 1973 --
"What would you do if you lost it?" --
William Blake tuned by Allen Ginsberg.
Responsibility: edited by Gordon Ball.
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