The Resource Beat poets, selected and edited by Carmela Ciuraru

Beat poets, selected and edited by Carmela Ciuraru

Label
Beat poets
Title
Beat poets
Statement of responsibility
selected and edited by Carmela Ciuraru
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Presents a selection of over one hundred poems written by more than twenty-five beat poets, including Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Anne Waldman, and others
Member of
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
ORX
Dewey number
811/.5409
Index
index present
LC call number
PS614
LC item number
.B336 2002
Literary form
poetry
Series statement
Everyman's library pocket poets
Beat poets, selected and edited by Carmela Ciuraru
Label
Beat poets, selected and edited by Carmela Ciuraru
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Publication
Note
Includes index
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Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • After Reading "In the Clearing"
  • Hotel Nirvana
  • Harold Norse
  • Personal Poem
  • Autobiographia Literaria
  • Today
  • My Heart
  • Avenue A
  • Now That I Am in Madrid and Can Think
  • Having a Coke With You
  • Frank O'Hara
  • Writ on the Eve of My 32nd Birthday
  • Peter's Jealous of Allen
  • "Writing poems is a Saintly thing"
  • Some One Liked Me When I Was Twelve
  • Collaboration: Letter to Charlie Chaplin
  • Peter Orlovsky
  • Take My Disproportionate Desire
  • Matins & Lauds
  • Communion of Saints: The Poor Bastard Under the Bridge
  • Easter Saturday, NY, NY
  • Rockefeller the Center
  • Second Night in N.Y.C. After 3 Years
  • Marie Ponsot
  • Migration of Birds
  • A Sinecure for P. Whalen
  • Under the Skin of It
  • August on Sourdough, a Visit from Dick Brewer
  • Gary Snyder
  • How the Sestina (Yawn) Works
  • Revolution
  • Diaries
  • The Blue That Reminds Me of the Boat When She Left
  • Gregory Corso
  • Anne Waldman
  • "Whenever I make a new poem"
  • "I know a man's supposed to have his hair cut short"
  • Lew Welch
  • For C.
  • 20:vii:58, On Which I Renounce the Notion of Social Responsibility
  • Prose Take-Out, Portland, 13:ix:58
  • Something Nice About Myself
  • True Confessions
  • Philip Whalen
  • "Trust yourself--but not too far"
  • A Poem for Tea Heads
  • From A Poem for Painters
  • A Poem for the Insane
  • John Wieners
  • Letters, encounters, & statements on poetics
  • [from] Donald Allen, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Frank O'Hara, Peter Orlovsky
  • Elise Cowen
  • Chasing the Bird
  • The Dishonest Mailmen
  • I Know a Man
  • The End
  • From Poems of Madness ("City Madness")
  • The Hill
  • The Rain
  • For Love
  • Robert Creeley
  • Revolutionary Letter #1
  • Poem in Praise of My Husband (Taos); The Quarrel
  • April Fool Birthday Poem for Grandpa
  • Poetics
  • Diane di Prima
  • #9 ("Truth is not the secret of a few")
  • Ray Bremser
  • #13 ("It was a face which darkness could kill")
  • #22 ("Crazy to be alive in such a strange world")
  • #39 ("A blockage in the bowel")
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  • From Howl
  • "Back on Times Square, Dreaming of Times Square"
  • My Alba
  • Song
  • Malest Cornifici Tuo Catullo
  • Tears
  • Hello
  • From Kaddish
  • A Supermarket in California
  • Sunflower Sutra
  • From America
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Parachutes, My Love, Could Carry Us Higher
  • Sunday Evening
  • Barbara Guest
  • Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note
  • Sex, like desire
  • From Ode to Coit Tower
  • War Poem
  • Political Poem
  • LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka)
  • Enlightenment Poem
  • Blues for Sister Sally
  • Junk/Angel
  • Lenore Kandel
  • Benediction
  • West Coast Sounds-1956
  • Fragment
  • From Transformation & Escape
  • Ginsberg (for Allen)
  • Abomunist Manifesto
  • Bob Kaufman
  • Mexican Loneliness
  • How to Meditate
  • A Sudden Sketch Poem
  • Hymn
  • From Mexico City Blues
  • Jack Kerouac
  • "I dreamed of a bum seven foot tall"; "My muse goosed me"
  • I Am 25
  • Tuli Kupferberg
  • "It is lonely"
  • "My father died this spring"
  • May 29
  • "It's a great day"
  • Joanne Kyger
  • From Hypodermic Light
  • High
  • "Man is in pain"
  • Philip Lamantia
  • Poets Hitchhiking on the Highway
  • The Gypsy's Window
  • The Flight
  • The Marriage
  • The Marriage (II)
  • Poem from Manhattan
  • Denise Levertov
  • A Vacancy
  • Joanna McClure
  • The Flowers of Politics (I)
  • The Flowers of Politics (II)
  • Away One Year
  • Mad Sonnet 13
  • Michael McClure
  • From the Untitled Epic Poem
  • 6th Raga: For Bob Alexander
  • 15th Raga: For Bela Lugosi
  • David Meltzer
  • Picasso Visits Braque
  • I Would Not Recommend Love
  • "I Have Always Liked George Gershwin More than Ernest Hemingway"
  • I Have Seen the Light and It Is My Mind
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Dimensions
17 cm.
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Extent
250 pages
Isbn
9780375413322
Lccn
2002510236
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)50133665

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