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Death & fame : poems, 1993-1997

Author: Allen Ginsberg
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperFlamingo, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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From one of America's great poets--a cultural icon who changed the course of American poetry as well as several generations' view of the world--comes this singular volume of final poems. Print features.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997.
Death & fame.
New York, NY : HarperFlamingo, c1999
(OCoLC)607118825
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Ginsberg
ISBN: 0060192925 9780060192921
OCLC Number: 39671592
Description: xvi, 116 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: New Democracy Wish List --
Peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina --
After the Party --
After Olav H. Hauge --
These knowing age --
C'mon Pigs of Western Civilization Eat More Grease --
Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush --
Tuesday Morn --
God --
Ah War --
Excrement --
New Stanzas for Amazing Grace --
City Lights City --
Newt Gingrich Declares War on "McGovernik Counterculture" --
Pastel Sentences (Selections) --
Nazi Capish --
Is About --
The Ballad of the Skeletons --
"You know what I'm saying?" --
Bowel Song --
Popular Tunes --
Five A.M. --
Power --
Anger --
Multiple Identity Questionnaire --
Don't Get Angry with Me --
Swan Songs in the Present --
Gone Gone Gone --
Reverse the rain of Terror --
Sending Message --
No! No! It's Not the End --
Bad Poem --
Homeless Compleynt --
Happy New Year Robert and June --
Diamond Bells --
Virtual Impunity Blues --
Waribashi --
Good Luck --
Some Little Boys Dont --
Jacking Off --
Think Tank Rhymes --
Song of the Washing Machine --
World Bank Blues --
Richard III --
Death and Fame --
Sexual Abuse --
Butterfly Mind --
A fellow named Steven --
Half Asleep --
Objective Subject --
Kerouac --
Hepatitis, Body Itch --
Whitmanic Poem --
American Sentences 1995-1997 --
Variations on Ma Rainey's See See Rider --
Sky Words --
Scatalogical Observations --
My Team Is Red Hot --
Starry Rhymes --
Thirty State Bummers --
"I have a nosebleed ..." --
"Timmy made a hot milk" --
"This kind of Hepatitis can cause ya" --
"Giddy-yup giddy-yup giddy-yap" --
"Turn on the heat and take a seat" --
Bop Sh'bam --
Dream --
Things I'll Not Do (Nostalgias).
Other Titles: Death and fame
Responsibility: Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bob Rosenthal, Peter Hale, and Bill Morgan ; foreword by Robert Creeley ; afterword by Bob Rosenthal .

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From one of America's great poets--a cultural icon who changed the course of American poetry as well as several generations' view of the world--comes this singular volume of final poems. Print features.

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