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Donald M. Allen

Donald M. Allen

·4.22·17,487 Ratings
“ No matter how you feel: Get Up, Dress Up, Show Up, and Never Give Up! ” ― Anonymous
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  • Heaven and Other Poems

    2001·
    ·3.85·267 Ratings
    Donald Allen, the late great editor of the Evergreen Review at Grove Press and editor of the seminal anthology The New American Poetry, first met Jack Kerouac in 1956 when he and Allen Ginsberg came to visit at his West Village apartment. At the time, All
  • The Bald Soprano and Other Plays

    1994·
    ·4.04·5,337 Ratings
    The leading figure of absurdist theater and one of the great innovators of the modern stage, Eugene Ionesco (1909-94) did not write his first play, The Bald Soprano, until 1950. He went on to become an internationally renowned master of modern drama, famo
  • Old Angel Midnight

    2001·
    ·3.74·251 Ratings
    Jack Kerouac says:"Old Angel Midnight is only the beginning of a lifelong work in multilingual sound, representing the haddalada-babra of babbling world tongues coming in thru my window at midnight no matter where I live or what I'm doing, in Mexico, Moro
  • The Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara

    1995·
    ·4.34·4,682 Ratings
    Available for the first time in paperback, The Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara reflects the poet's growth as an artist from the earliest dazzling, experimental verses that he began writing in the late 1940s to the years before his accidental death at fort
  • Good Blonde & Others

    2001·
    ·3.71·312 Ratings
    In these uncollected writings Jack Kerouac portrays himself in his life. He hitches a ride to San Francisco with a blonde, goes on the road with photographer Robert Frank, rides bus through the Northwest and Montana, records the blues of an old Negro hobo
  • The New American Poetry, 1945-1960

    1999·
    ·4.41·217 Ratings
    With more than 100,000 copies sold, The New American Poetry has become one of the most influential anthologies published in the United States since World War II. As one of the first counter-cultural collections of American verse, this volume fits in Rober
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