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Howl and Other Poems The Prophetic Poem That Launched A Generation When It Was First Published In Is Here Presented In A Commemorative Fortieth Anniversary EditionWhen The Book Arrived From Its British Printers, It Was Seized Almost Immediately By US Customs, And Shortly Thereafter The San Francisco Police Arrested Its Publisher And Editor, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Together With City Lights Bookstore Manager Shigeyoshi Murao The Two Of Them Were Charged With Disseminating Obscene Literature, And The Case Went To Trial In The Municipal Court Of Judge Clayton Horn A Parade Of Distinguished Literary And Academic Witnesses Persuaded The Judge That The Title Poem Was Indeed Not Obscene And That It Had Redeeming Social Significance Thus Was Howl Other Poems Freed To Become The Single Most Influential Poetic Work Of The Post World War II Era, With Over , Copies Now In Print

10 thoughts on “Howl and Other Poems

  1. says:

    Easy to overstimate Allen Ginsberg Easy to underestimate him too.There are if you leave out the political, religious and major historical figures only about two dozen or so 20th century cultura

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    Preface Though I enjoyed this book as a whole, the focus this evening will be on Howl Why this one alone Simply put, I am writing these jumbled thoughts as a dedication to a friend Rather, I am de

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    Allen Ginsberg, a sad and lonely man, wrote this to impress Kerouac, another sad and lonely man Over the years, a lot of sad and lonely people haven t gotten over the how much that first fucking line resonates wit

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    You will not like this Like we use to say, vengan de a uno.So, Howl My rating is based mostly on my experience with that long poem.I admire any work filled with sincerity and lyrically intense lines when found Powerf

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    Muddled, addled and overrated In fact, any rating, even a single star or half moon, is too much for this amateur hour of a poem It might have played well when shouted out to a roomful of arrogant drunks, but on the page it droops, it

  6. says:

    My god.Reading Howl was like getting stuck for an hour in the brain of a rebellious, pubescent, sexist loudmouth Between every sentence transpires the hubris of being THE NEW POET, and of being A COOL OUTCAST, and a member of that little BOYS

  7. says:

    Nothing like a bit of controversy to keep the establishment ticking over, and in Howl it s easy to see why as this was seen as a shocking and powerful piece of obscenity in the eyes of some, but for many it s viewed as a celebrated manifesto of great i

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    It took awhile for me to finally determine where exactly Allan Ginsberg sits in my book reviewer rating scale Truth is, I was lured in by all the hoopla this collection received in 1956 when it was seized by U.S customs It s just not easy for me to review poetry.

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    I feel similar ways about Allen Ginsberg and Adele While I appreciate the skill behind both of their work, I find both of their material overwrought, contrary to popular opinion Yes, I see how Ginsberg s poetry revolted against oppressive forces and mainstream, heteronorma

  10. says:

    I had goosebumps while reading Howl It s like nothing I have ever read

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