Beat Down To Your Soul: What Was The Beat Generation?

Publisher: *Webster's New World
SKU: DADAX0141001518
ISBN : 9780141001517
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Beat Down to Your Soul: What Was the Beat Generation?

In this wide-ranging anthology, Beat scholar Ann Charters brings together more than seventy-five essays, reviews, memoirs, poems, and sketches that evoke the credos and the controversies surrounding the Beat generation writers of the 1950s. Charters includes discussions of all the major Beat figures-Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, Diane di Prima, Gary Snyder, and many more-from commentaries by the Beats themselves as well as by such writers as Henry Miller, William Carlos Williams, Mary McCarthy, Joyce Carol Oates, Tom Wolfe, Grace Paley, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.. Charters also explores the humorous side of the Beat generation, its place in post-war American culture, and the contribution of the important women authors who also wrote Beat.

Specifications of Beat Down to Your Soul: What Was the Beat Generation?

AuthorAnn Charters
PublisherPenguin Books
Number Of Pages744
Publication Date2001-06-01
Height8 inch.
Length5.34 inch.
Width1.45 inch.
Weight1.32 pounds.

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