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by Paul Portugés

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  • ISBN 0915520125
  • ISBN13 978-0915520121
  • Language English
  • Author Paul Portugés
  • Publisher Ross-Erikson; 1St Edition edition (1978)
  • Pages 181
  • Formats mbr docx lit mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1928 kb
  • Size Fb2 1521 kb
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Book by Portuges, Paul Cornel. Paul Portuges' text is an amazing and engaging text. Here one finds in a flowing and readable way the spark that lit Ginsberg's creative genius and his own unique poetic voice. A must read if you can get your hands on this valuable treasure of Ginsberg's transformation into the poet he became. This is a vital text for anyone and especially students of Ginsberg's work.

Four books of writings and interviews have been posthumously published . Visionary Poetics of Allen Ginsberg. Paul Portuges, Ross-Erikson, Santa Barbara, 1978. The New Naked Poetry.

Four books of writings and interviews have been posthumously published and new volumes of journals and correspondence are forthcoming. Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg The National Gallery of Art/Del Monico-Prestel 2010 Beat & Pieces Photology, ed. Davide Faccioli. Essay by Fernanda Pivano, Milan 2005. Allen Ginsberg 108 Images. Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Santa Monica, 1995 Snapshot Poetics. Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1993 Allen Ginsberg Photographs. Twelvetrees Press 1991. Berg & Mazey, ed. Bobbs-Merrill, NY, 1976.

The Visionary Poetics of Allen Ginsberg. The book adopts a unique interdisciplinary approach, which offers new insights by examining the possessed child trope within a broad historical and cultural perspective. Collected Poems 1947-1980. Winner of the 2004 Postgraduate Publication Prize, Faculty of Arts, Monash University.

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Paul Portugés has explored Ginsberg’s Buddhist poetics in the journal Contemporary Literature and in his book, The Visionary Poetics of Allen Ginsberg. But Portugés’s discussion of Ginsberg’s Buddhism is at times cursory, as in his discussion of the Buddhist idea of shunyata in Contemporary Literature. Interviewed in The Visionary Poetics of Allen Ginsberg, Ginsberg asserts that Buddhism cannot be separated from his Western influences, a separation upon which Portugés nevertheless insists in his line of questioning.

Paul Carroll judged it one of the milestones of the generation.

Photo by Cyril H. Baker/Pix In. The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images. One of the most respected Beat writers and acclaimed American poets of his generation, Allen Ginsberg was born on June 3, 1926 in Newark, New Jersey and raised in nearby Paterson, the son of an English teacher and Russian expatriate. Ginsberg first came to public attention in 1956 with the publication of Howl and Other Poems. Howl, a long-lined poem in the tradition of Walt Whitman, is an outcry of rage and despair against a destructive, abusive society. Paul Carroll judged it one of the milestones of the generation.

Irwin Allen Ginsberg (/ˈɡɪnzbɜːrɡ/; June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) was an American poet, philosopher, and writer. As a Columbia University college student in the 1940s, he began friendships with William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac, forming the core. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac, forming the core of the Beat Generation. He vigorously opposed militarism, economic materialism, and sexual repression, and he embodied various aspects of this counterculture with his views on drugs, hostility to bureaucracy, and openness to Eastern religions.

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