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Poetry for the Beat Generation By Gerald Marchewka
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Poetry for the Beat Generation Aims to be an Anthem for the Downtrodden Inspired by Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ferlinghetti, Corso, Patchen, Bukowski and other Heroic Members of the American... More > Counterculture.< Less
The Beat Generation Were Screaming Nonces By Bobby Parker
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I was sat on the toilet straining when I realized that the key members of The Beat Generation were nonces so I decided to write about it and now I'm going to smoke some weed if I've got any left and... More > maybe have some chicken soup with two slices of wholemeal bread.< Less
The New Beat Generation And Other Spontaneous Verse By Jason Disley
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There is a new poet on his way, who combines the rhythms of 1950's Beat Generation poetry, with a fresh look at modern life, and illustrates them brilliantly with his verse. (Pulp magazine) The... More > New Beat Generation A miscellany of intellectual verse, written in a modern style, that will produce maudlin questions of the reader.< Less
Beat Estate Tax Forever: Planning for Future Generations By Michael Gilfix
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If your estate is worth more than $3 million today, you must plan to avoid the estate tax. In and after 2013, everything in your estate beyond $5.35 million will be taxed at 40% upon your passing. As... More > your estate grows, you must be aware of this. The future is unclear, and this number could be lowered significantly in the future. This timely, readable book explains how you can plan to avoid this outcome. It gives an overview of the estate planning process, and the steps you need to take to protect your family. It explains that we have remarkable opportunities to plan ahead, and shows you how to take these steps. You can plan to protect everything if your estate is under $5 million, or under $10 million if you are a couple, from this controversial tax. If your estate is even larger, this book explains how you can protect even more. These opportunities might not last.< Less
Reclaiming The Beat By Dave Lewis
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“This is a graphic and painfully honest account of a hardworking man, nearing fifty years old, struggling to come to terms with his own mortality. There is fear, there is unfairness, there is... More > anger and finally resignation, but the glory of love and appreciation in the beauty of nature finally triumph in this remarkable psychological journey. This is poetry written while crawling naked over broken glass, a cutting observation of modern life."< Less
Women of the Beat generation : The Writers, Artists, and Muses at the Heart of a Revolution By Brenda Knight
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Women of the Beat Generation: The Writers, Artists and Muses at the Heart of a Revolution By Ann Charters, Anne Waldman, Brenda Knight
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Women of the Beat Generation: The Writers, Artists and Muses at the Heart of a Revolution by Ann Charters, Anne Waldman, Brenda Knight
Women of the Beat Generation: The Writers, Artists and Muses at the Heart of a Revolution By Ann Charters, Anne Waldman, Brenda Knight
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Women of the Beat Generation: The Writers, Artists and Muses at the Heart of a Revolution by Ann Charters, Anne Waldman, Brenda Knight
Anarchists, Beats and Dadaists By Jim Burns
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This seventh collection of essays and reviews kicks off with a survey of some overlooked British poets from the 1940s who, through a network of little magazines with anarchist inclinations, attempted... More > to offer an alternative to the MacSpaunDay generation’s sensibilities. Another piece considers how British writers were monitored by MI5 and local police forces, while a third switches attention to the USA and looks at the still-controversial case of Alger Hiss and his alleged role as a spy who passed information to Russia. There are essays about lesser-known Beat-related writers like Bob Kaufman and Brion Gysin, inspections of some little magazines of the 1950s and 1960s, and two long reviews which consider the effect that Dadaism had and the role played in the movement by Tristan Tzara. Walt Whitman, Woody Guthrie, and Malcolm Cowley also make an appearance.< Less
The Spenders A Tale of the Third Generation By Harry Leon Wilson
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Excerpt: The sun beat hotly upon him as it had on other days through all the hard years when certainty, after all, was nothing more than a temperamental faith. All day he climbed and searched... More > methodically, stopping at noon to eat with an appetite unaffected by his prospect. At sunset he would have stopped for the day, camping on the spot. He looked above to estimate the ground he could cover on the morrow. Almost in front of him, a few yards up the mountainside, he looked squarely at the mother of his float: a huge boulder of projecting silicate. It was there. During the following week he ascertained the dimensions of his vein of silver ore, and located two claims. He named them "The Stars and Stripes" and "The American Boy," paying thereby what he considered tributes, equally deserved, to his native land and to his only son, Daniel, in whom were centred his fondest hopes.< Less