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Allen Ginsberg

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Allen Ginsberg in Miami Book Fair International harmonio anno 1985 canit.

Irwin Allen Ginsberg (3 Iunii 19265 Aprilis 1997) fuit poeta Americanus et unus ex praestantibus Aetatis Prostratae decenni 196 et contraculturae mox sequentis personis, qui vehemenius militarismo, materialismo, et repressioni sexuali repugnavit. Poema epico "Howl" innotuit, in quo perniciosas capitalismi et convenientiae in Civitatibus Foederatis vires vituperavit.[1][2][3]

Allen Ginsberg (laeva) et socius Petrus Orlovski in aeroportu Francofurtensi, 1978.
Signum manuale.
Praeconia pro Mantra-Rock Dance, Ginsberg vehementius dicens cum gregibus rockicis magni momenti.
Allen Ginsberg, 1979.

"Howl" famam late anno 1957 attraxit cum res iudicii obscenitatis fieretur quia heterosexualitatem et sexum homosexualem depinxit,[4] cum leges sodomiae facta sexualia inter homines eiusdem sexus delictum in omnibus Civitatum Foederatarum civitatibus fecerunt. "Howl" sexualitatem Ginsburgianam et suas coniunctiones cum variis maribus exhibuit, inter quos Petrus Orlovsky, diuturnus socius.[5] Iudex Clayton W. Horn statuit "Howl" non obscenum esse, dicens: "Sit ulla preli vel orationis libertas si homo suum vocabularium ad euphemismos vacuos et innocuos imminuere debeat?"[6][7]

Ginsberg, qui disciplinis religiosis Orientalibus ample studuit, religionem Buddhisticam exercuit. Se modeste gessit, vestes in mercatibus qui bona usu trita venumdabant bene emens, et in conclavibus humilibus in Vico Orientali Novi Eboraci habitans.[8] Unus ex suis praeceptoribus maximi momenti fuit Buddhista Tibetanum, Venerabilis Chögyam Trungpa, Instituti Naropa, nunc Universitatis Naropa Boulder Colorati conditor.[9] Ginsberg et poeta Anna Waldman, a Trungpa impulsi, Scholam Poesis Incorporeae Iacobi Kerouac ibi anno 1974 coeperunt.[10]

Ginsberg participes decennia fuit recusationum politicarum non violentarum contra Bellum Indosinense II, Bellum Medicamentorum, et multas alias res quibus repugnavit.[11] Poema "September on Jessore Road," exsules Bangladesios vehementius dicens, est exemplum rei quam Helena Vendler, criticus litterarius, eius permansionem adsiduam in "civilitate imperiali et insectatione hominum qui nihil poterant" recusatis appellavit.[12][13]

The Fall of America ('Conlapsus Americae'), congeries poematum, Nationale Librorum Arbitrium pro Poesi anno 1974 abstulit.[14] Ginsburg anno 1979 clipeum aureum Nationalis Artium Circuli accepit, et in Americanum Artium et Litterarum Academiam et Institutum inductus est.[15] Ginsberg fuit finalist pro Praemio Pulizterano anno 1995 pro libro Cosmopolitan Greetings: Poems 1986–1992.[16]

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  1. Allen Ginsberg, Deliberate Prose: Selected Essays 1952–1995, praefatione Eduardi Edward Sanders (Novi Eboraci: HarperCollinsPublishers, 2000), xx–xxi.
  2. Edward de Grazia, Edward, Girls Lean Back Everywhere: The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on Genius (Novi Eboraci: Random House, 1992), 330–331.
  3. Programma televisificum de Ginsburg.
  4. Vide Ginsberg, "Howl" pp. 13–15.
  5. Jane Kramer, Allen Ginsberg in America (Novi Eboraci: Random House, 1968), 43–46. Vide etiam Barry Miles, Ginsberg: A Biography (Novi Eboraci: Simon and Schuster, 1989), 178–179.
  6. Anglice: "Would there be any freedom of press or speech if one must reduce his vocabulary to vapid innocuous euphemisms?"
  7. de Grazia 1992:338.
  8. "Allen Ginsberg Project—Bio". allenginsberg.org .
  9. Barry Miles, Ginsberg: A Biography (Londinii: Virgin Publishing, 2001, ISBN 0-7535-0486-3), 440–444.
  10. Miles, 454–455.
  11. Vide Ginsberg, Deliberate Prose, praefatio Eduardi Sanders, p. xxi.
  12. Anglice: "imperial politics, and persecution of the powerless.
  13. Helen Vendler, "Books: A Lifelong Poem Including History," The New Yorker, 13 Ianuarii 1986, p. 81.
  14. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named nba1974
  15. Miles 2001:484.
  16. "The Pulitzer Prizes | Poetry". Pulitzer.org .

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Bilbiographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bromley, David G., et Larry D. Shinn. 1989. Krishna Consciousness in the West. Bucknell University Press. ISBN 978-0-8387-5144-2.
  • Brooks, Charles R. 1992. The Hare Krishnas in India. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. ISBN 978-81-208-0939-0.
  • Bullough, Vern L. 2002. "Before Stonewall: Activists for Gay and Lesbian Rights in Historical Context." Harrington Park Press.
  • Charters, Ann. 1992. The Portable Beat Reader. Novi Eboraci: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-670-83885-3, ISBN 0-14-015102-8.
  • Chryssides, George D. 2001. Exploring New Religions. Continuum International Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-8264-5959-6.
  • Chryssides, George D., et Margaret Z. Wilkins. 2006. A Reader in New Religious Movements. Continuum International Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-8264-6168-1.
  • Clark, Thomas. 1968. Allen Ginsberg: Writers at Work No. 8. The Paris Review 3(1):279–320.
  • Cohen, Allen. 1991. The San Francisco Oracle: The Psychedelic Newspaper of the Haight-Ashbury (1966–1968). Editio facsimile. Regent Press. ISBN 978-0-916147-11-2.
  • Collins, Ronald, et David Skover. 2013. Mania: The Story of the Outraged & Outrageous Lives that Launched a Cultural Revolution. Top-Five Books, Martio.
  • Ellwood, Robert S., et Harry Baxter. 1988. Religious and Spiritual Groups in Modern America. Ed. 2a. Prentice Hall. ISBN 978-0-13-773045-2.
  • Gifford, Barry, ed. 1977. As Ever: The Collected Letters of Allen Ginsberg & Neal Cassady. Berkeleiae: Creative Arts Books.
  • Ginsberg, Allen. 2002. Travels with Ginsberg: A Postcard Book. Franciscopoli: City Lights. ISBN 978-0-87286-397-2.
  • Ginsberg, Allen, et Bill Morgan. 1986. Kanreki: A Tribute to Allen Ginsberg, Part 2. Lospecchio Press.
  • Goswami, Mukunda. 2011. Miracle on Second Avenue. Torchlight Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9817273-4-9.
  • Goswami, Satsvarupa dasa. 2002. Srila Prabhupada Lilamrta. 2 vol. Ed. 2a. Angelopoli: Bhaktivedanta Book Trust. ISBN 0-89213-357-0.
  • Greene, Joshua M. 2007. Here Comes the Sun: The Spiritual and Musical Journey of George Harrison. John Wiley and Sons. ISBN 978-0-470-12780-3.
  • Hrebeniak, Michael. 2006. Action Writing: Jack Kerouac's Wild Form. Carbondale Illinoesiae: Southern Illinois University Press.
  • Podhoretz, Norman. 1999. At War with Allen Ginsberg. In Ex-Friends, 22–56. Free Press. ISBN 0-684-85594-1.
  • McBride, Dick. 1982. Cometh With Clouds (Memory: Allen Ginsberg). Cherry Valley Editions. ISBN 0-916156-51-6.
  • Miles, Barry. 2001. Ginsberg: A Biography. Londinii: Virgin Publishing. ISBN 0-7535-0486-3.
  • Morgan, Bill. 2007. I Celebrate Myself: The Somewhat Private Life of Allen Ginsberg. Novi Eboraci: Penguin. ISBN 0-14-311249-X.
  • Morgan, Bill. 2010. Kaddish and Other Poems: 50th Anniversary Edition. City Lights Publishers. ISBN 978-0-87286-511-2.
  • Muster, Nori Jean. 1997. Betrayal of the Spirit: My Life behind the Headlines of the Hare Krishna Movement. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0-252-06566-8.
  • Raskin, Jonah. 2004. American Scream: Allen Ginsberg's Howl and the Making of the Beat Generation. Berkeleiae: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-24015-4.
  • Szatmary, David P. 1996. Rockin' in Time: A Social History of Rock-and-Roll. Ed. 3a. Prentice Hall. ISBN 978-0-13-440678-7.
  • Schumacher, Michael, ed. 2002. Family Business: Selected Letters Between a Father and Son. Bloomsbury. ISBN 1-58234-216-4.
  • Schumacher, Michael. 1994. Dharma Lion: A Biography of Allen Ginsberg. Novi Eboraci: St. Martin's Press.
  • Trigilio, Tony. 2000. "Strange Prophecies Anew": Rereading Apocalypse in Blake, H.D., and Ginsberg. Madison Novae Caesareae: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. ISBN 0-8386-3854-6.
  • Trigilio, Tony. 2007. Allen Ginsberg's Buddhist Poetics. Carbondale Illinoesiae: Southern Illinois University Press. ISBN 0-8093-2755-4.
  • Tytell, John. 1976. Naked Angels: Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs. Sicagi: Ivan R. Dee. ISBN 1-56663-683-3.
  • Warner, Simon, ed. 2005. Howl for Now: A 50th anniversary celebration of Allen Ginsberg's epic protest poem. West Yorkshire: Route. ISBN 1-901927-25-3.
  • Warner, Simon. 2007. Raising the Consciousness? Re-Visiting Allen Ginsberg's 1965 Trip to Liverpool. In Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool and the Avant Garde, ed. Christoph Grunenberg et Robert Knifton. Liverpool et Sicagi: Liverpool University Press et Chicago University Press. ISBN 978-1-84631-081-2, ISBN 1-84631-081-4.
  • Young, Allen. 1974. Gay Sunshine interview with Allen Ginsberg. Grey Fox Press. ISBN 0-912516-05-4.

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