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by Allen Ginsberg
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Irwin Allen Ginsberg (June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) was an American Beat poet born in Newark, New Jersey. Ginsberg is best known for Howl (1956), a long poem about consumer society's negative human values.

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"First thought, best thought”—that was the phrase that poet Allen Ginsberg used to describe spontaneous and fearless writing—a way of “telling the truth” that arises from naked and authentic experience.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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Witchita Vortex Sutra is Ginsberg's epic poem about the Vietnam War written in 1966....

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by Allen Ginsberg
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Allen Ginsberg and Ann Charters class discussing and reading from Russian Futurists.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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An Anne Waldman and Allen Ginsberg poetry reading. Waldman reads "Fast Speaking Woman" and other poems. Ginsberg reads "Howl" in its entirety, and other poems.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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A lecture by William S. Burroughs on public discourse, with an introduction by Allen Ginsberg.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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First half of a class by William S. Burroughs on the technology and the ethics of wishing.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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Allen Ginsberg class on Beat literary history of the 1950's, discussing William S. Burroughs's book Junky and his first meeting with Herman Hunke.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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Visionary, radical, spiritual seeker, renowned poet, founding member of a major literary movement, champion of human rights, Buddhist, political activist and teacher—Allen Ginsberg's remarkable life shaped the very soul of American counterculture.

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Allen Ginsberg reads "What would you do if you lost it?" at 92Y on February 26, 1973. This recording kicks off the Dave Nolan Poetry Series, in honor of our beloved audio archivist who passed away in 2010.

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