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Paul Buhle
Birth date: September 27, 1944
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What I am reading
What I am reading rated it 2 years ago
The first 121 pages follow a clear concept, namely to explore the life of the Core-Beat poets Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs. Those stories are either pretty much focused on their homoerotic sexlife or on the very basics of them moving around a lot while switching from one odd job to the next or ru...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
I had never heard of Emma Goldman before this book crossed my desk on it's way to another library, she sounded interesting so I reserved the book and started reading. Emma was an anarchist at the turn of the 20th Century. A woman who started life in Tsarist Russia as a Jew and finished almost stat...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 8 years ago
My favorite pieces were about Kenneth Patchen & the Beat Chicks. Who knew Louise Fitzhugh illustrated a book about a little Beatnik girl(Suzuki Beane)before she wrote Harriet the Spy.
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 8 years ago
My favorite pieces were about Kenneth Patchen & the Beat Chicks. Who knew Louise Fitzhugh illustrated a book about a little Beatnik girl(Suzuki Beane)before she wrote Harriet the Spy.
grace
grace rated it 9 years ago
The Joyce Brabner story is by far the best; the Jeffrey Lewis one about Tuli Kupferberg is also quite well done. Everything else is so dry ("he spent two years in California but then he returned to New York in July 1958" etc., etc.) that you'd be better off reading the Wikipedia articles. Also, most...
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