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Allen Ginsberg

Allen Ginsberg

 
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Year: 1995

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Videotaped shortly before his death, this interview gives an intimate overview of Ginsberg's work and of the Beat literary movement. Ginsberg begins by retelling the story of the famous 1955 San Francisco poetry reading, where three key themes of the Beat movement-candor in thought and language, spirituality, and environmentalism-were uncovered for the first time. Ginsberg reads from three of his poems, including Kaddish," his masterpiece, and tells of his friendship with Jack Kerouac. Although this program has been edited for classroom use, instructors should preview it because of sexual references. (52 minutes)
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