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I celebrate myself : the somewhat private life of Allen Ginsberg

Author: Bill Morgan
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Allen Ginsberg was America's most influential poet since World War II, in the vanguard of every popular movement of that time, from the emergence of the Beat generation to the countercultural revolution to the interest in Eastern spirituality. In this new biography, the first since the poet's death in 1997, Bill Morgan offers a revealing portrait of a complicated and flamboyant character. He examines Ginsberg's life  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographie
Biography
Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Morgan, Bill, 1949-
I celebrate myself.
New York : Viking, 2006
(OCoLC)607811335
Named Person: Allen Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Morgan
ISBN: 0670037966 9780670037964
OCLC Number: 70630653
Description: xv, 702 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1895-1926 : before the beginning : parents --
1926 : birth --
1930-39 --
1940-49 --
1950-59 --
1960-69 --
1970-79 --
1980-89 --
1990-97.
Responsibility: Bill Morgan.
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Allen Ginsberg was America's most influential poet since World War II, in the vanguard of every popular movement of that time, from the emergence of the Beat generation to the countercultural revolution to the interest in Eastern spirituality. In this new biography, the first since the poet's death in 1997, Bill Morgan offers a revealing portrait of a complicated and flamboyant character. He examines Ginsberg's life and his impact on society from many different angles: his political views, his battles with censorship, and his approach to drugs. He also provides a more accurate picture than previously told of Ginsberg's search for love (including his complex relationship with his lifelong partner, Peter Orlovsky) and of his involvement with Tibetan Buddhism. He also lists the titles of Ginsberg's poems in the margins so that the reader can see exactly what he was writing at any point in his life.--From publisher description.

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