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Evergreen Review - Number 11 By Various
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Contents: William S. Burroughs – Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness Pierre Reverdy – Six Poems Dore Ashton: Mark Tobey Jack Kerouac – Conclusion of the Railroad Earth... More > Antonin Artaud – Letters from Rodez Philip O'Connor – From Steiner's Tour Allen Ginsberg – Sather Gate Illuminution Philip Lamantia – Still Poem 9 Irene Grey – Dangerous Passage Terry Southern – Red-Dirt Marihuana Siné – Self Determination in Life Robert Duncan – A Poem Beginning with a Line by Pindar Jean-Paul Sartre – The Theater (An Interview) Warren Tallman – Kerouac's Sound Nat Hentoff – Who Else Can Make So Much out of Passing Out? Seymour Krim – A Hungry Mental Lion Horace Gregory – A Portrait of the Irish as James Joyce New York Herald Tribune Editorial – Lady Chatterley Embattled Again< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 7 - Eye of Mexico By Various
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Contents: Anand Lall: The Continuing Position of India Octavia Paz: Todos Santos, Dia de Muertos and Two Poems Juan Rulfo: From Pedro Páramo Alí Chumacero: Two Poems Elena Garro: A... More > Solid House Carlos Fuentes: The Life Line Manuel Durán: Three Poems Jaime García Térres: Two Poems Ricardo Pozas A.: Juan Pérez Jolote, Part I Marco Antonio Montes de Oca: Poem José Luis Cuevas: The Cactus Curtain Guadalupe Amor: My Mother’s Bedroom Esther McCoy: Felix Candela Juan José Arreola: Nine Sketches Jaime Sabines: Two Poems Elena Poniatowska: Interview with Juan Soriano Manuel Calvillo: Book of the Migrant Miguel Léon-Portilla: A Náhuatl Concept of Art Edwin Denby: Three Sides of Agon Martin Williams: Thelonious Monk Lysander Kemp: Fly Away, Little Dove William Carlos Williams: E. E. Cummings Frank O’Hara: About Zhiuago and His Poems< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 10 By Various
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Contents: John Rechy — The City of Lost Angels Samuel Beckett — Embers Siné — These Weapons Will Still Remain Feng Meng Lung — Song Barbara Moraff — Tune Cynthia... More > Ozick — We Ignoble Savages Paul Carroll — George Swimming at Barnes Hole P. R. Brown — Africa and Small Poem Corneille — Journal of a Painter in Ethiopia Henry Miller — From Nexus Paul Blackbum — Sirventes William Eastlake — Three Heroes and a Clown Henryk Musialowicz — Three Drawings Bruce Morrissette — New Structure in the Novel: But It Got Too Cold Jealousy, by Alain Robbe-Grillet B. H. Friedman — The Most Expensive Restaurant Jerry Tallmer — Bye Bye Blackbird Allen Ginsherg — Notes Written on Finally Martin Williams — Funk for Sale< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 6 By Various
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Evergreen Review – Issue 6 includes contributions by Andre Pierre de Mandiargues, Frank O’Hara, Paul Johnson, Robert Creeley, Daisetz T. Suzuki, Bruce Boyd, Frank O’Hara, James O.... More > Mitchell, Franz Kline, Gary Snyder, Douglas Woolf, Federico Garcia Lorca, E. M. Cioran, Mike McClure, John Rechy, Gangadhar Gadgil, Alexander Trocchi, E. S. Seldon, Amos Vogel, Cover photograph by Susan Nevelson. Between 1957 and 1984, it brought together new voices, ideas, and images from around the world. Newsweek magazine said, “Evergreen Review was one of the most important literary periodicals in the United States . . . where some of the best authors sought to deliver themselves alive and burning onto the printed page.” Evergreen Review defined the coming-of-age for two generations of writers presenting a cultural treasure for anyone seeking a greater appreciation for the forces at work in America's cultural and political landscape from the late 1950s till the early 1980s.< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 5 By Various
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Evergreen Review – Issue 5 includes contributions by Edgar Morin, Samuel Beckett, Robert Creeley, H. D., Karl Jaspers, Philip Whalen, John Rechy, Edward Field, Jack Kerouac, William Eastlake,... More > Denise Levertov, Charles Olson, Edward Dorn, Kenneth Koch, David Lyttle, Amos Tutuola, Roland Barthes, Michael Rumaker, Antonin Artaud, Clement Greenberg, Cover photograph of James Dean. Between 1957 and 1984, it brought together new voices, ideas, and images from around the world. Newsweek magazine said, “Evergreen Review was one of the most important literary periodicals in the United States . . . where some of the best authors sought to deliver themselves alive and burning onto the printed page.” Evergreen Review defined the coming-of-age for two generations of writers presenting a cultural treasure for anyone seeking a greater appreciation for the forces at work in America's cultural and political landscape from the late 1950s till the early 1980s.< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 4 By Various
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Contents: Charles Olson — The Lordly and Isolate Satyrs Charles Foster — The Troubled Makers Allen Ginsberg — Siesta in Xbalba and Return to the States Alexander Trocchi —... More > From Cain's Book John Logan — On the Death of the Artist's Mother Thirty-three Years Later Baby Dodds — The Oliver Band Eugene Ionesco — There Is No Avant-garde Theater Jack Kerouac — Seattle Burlesque Arthur Adamov — As We Were Will Petersen — Stone Garden Robin Blaser — Poem John Hickey — Break Your Mother's Back Paul Blackburn — Song for a Cool Departure Lawrence Ferlinghetti — Horn on HOWL Cover photograph by Robert Frank< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 3 By Various
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Evergreen Review Issue 3 includes contributions by Albert Camus, William Carlos Williams, Frank O'Hara, Patsy Southgate, Gregory Corso, James Grady, Samuel Beckett, E. G. Burrows, Clement Greenberg,... More > Hans Namuth, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Barbara Guest, Eugene Ionesco, Gary Snyder, Georges Arnaud, Cover photograph of Jackson Pollack by Hans Namuth. Between 1957 and 1984, Evergreen Review brought together new voices, ideas, and images from around the world. As Newsweek magazine said, “Evergreen Review was one of the most important literary periodicals in the United States . . . where some of the best authors sought to deliver themselves alive and burning onto the printed page.” Evergreen Review defined the coming-of-age for two generations of writers and artists, presenting a cultural treasure for anyone seeking a greater appreciation for the forces at work in America's cultural and political landscape from the late 1950s till the early 1980s.< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 9 By Various
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Contents: Henry Miller — Defence of the Freedom to Read Samuel Beckett — Text for Nothing I Samuel Selvon — Knock on Wood Frank O’Hara — Three Airs Denise Levertov... More > — The 5-Day Rain John Gross — Our Dance Terry Southern — Put-Down John Wain — My Nineteen-Thirties (Part One) R. Inskip Mayes — One Sentence Pierre Gascar — The Spider-Child of Madras Alain Rohhe-Grillet — Old “Values” and the New Novel Patsy Southgate — Artie Gary Snyder — Two Poem Philip Whalen — Two Poems Patrick Shannon Gleeson — Two Poems Michael Rumaker — The Pipe Gregory Corso — Marriage John Wieners — A poem for early risers James Brunot — The Cure Mulk Raj Anand — The Great Delight Jerry Tallmer — Review of The Seven Deadly Sins Seymour Krim — Review of The Holy Barbarians B. H. Friedman — Thurber’s Ross - A Minority Report< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 13 - What Is 'Pataphysics'? By Various
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Contents: Roger Shattuck: Superliminal Note Raymond Queneau: A Fish's Life Eugéne Ionesco: Foursome Boris Vian: A Letter to His Magnificence The Vice Curator Jacques Prévert: Chant... More > Song René Clair: The Chinese Princess Jean Ferry: Two Stories Maurice Saillet: Close to Antonin Artaud Michel Leiris: Voodoo in Haiti Alphonse Allais: Literary Assassin Félix Fénéon: Soft Spoken Anarchist Marcel Schwob: Double Soul Léon-Paul Fargue: Explorer Julien Torma: Author by Neglect René Daumal: An Experirnental Mystic Simon Watson Taylor: An Apodeictic Outline Jean Borzic: Scienee: An Administrative Question His Late Magnificence, Dr. I. L. Sandomir: Opus Paraphysicum Nicolaj N. Kamenev: Report on Some Concrete Historical Problems His Late Magnificence, Dr. I. L. Sandomir: Epanorthosis the Moral Clinmnen His Late Magnificence, Jean Mollet: Message to the Civilized or Uncivilized World< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 8 By Various
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Contents: Anthony C. West–Swineherd Derek Walcott–A Far Cry from Africa Boris Pastemak–Icefloe E. E. Cummings–Poem Robert Lowell–Commander Lowell (1887-1950) Ivan C.... More > Karp–Looking for Money Jack Kerouac–Belief & Technique for Modern Prose Gregory Corso–Paranoia in Crete Allen Ginsberg–At Apollinaire’s Grave Paul Carroll–At the Moment of Love & Blue Eyelids Arthur Adamov–The Endless Humiliation James Merrill–Landscape with Torrent John Ashbery–The Poems Horace Gregory–Boris MacCreary’s Abyss Alexander Trocchi–From Cain’s Book Charles Olson–The Company of Men William Saroyan–My Drawings Martin Williams–Instant Jazz Richard Paul Goodman–A Statue of Goldsmith Maurice Green–The Possibility of Existential Analysis Douglas Woolf–One of the Truly Good Men Wallace Fowlie–On a Study of Camus David Greene–Recordings of William Butler Yeats< Less