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By Lamantia, Philip; Edited by Caples, Garrett T.; Peters, Nancy J.; Joron, Andrew; Foreword by Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia represents the lifework of the most visionary poet of the American postwar generation. Philip Lamantia (1927-2005) played a major role in shaping the poetics of both the Beat and the Surrealist movements in the United States. First mentored ...
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Represents the lifework of the visionary poet of the American postwar generation. In this book, the author aims to extend and renew the visionary tradition of Romanticism in American vernacular, drawing on mystical lore and drug experience in the process.
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Edited by Brook, James; Carlsson, Chris; By Peters, Nancy J.
San Francisco is not alone in being transformed according to the dictates of the global economy. But San Franciscans are unusual in their readiness to confront the corporate agenda for their city.
By Tabucchi, Antonio; Translated by Peters, Nancy J.
In this text, Antonio Tabucchi, one of Italy's most popular writers, presents two works of imagination. In Dream of Dreams , Tabbucchi creates the dreams of 20 artists he has loved and admired. The Last Three Days of Fernando Pessoa is a metaphysical recounting of the end of the ...
Edited by Morgan, Bill; Peters, Nancy J.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of <Howl and Other Poems, with nearly one million copies in print, Morgan presents the story of editing, publishing, and defending Allen Ginsberg's landmark poem within a broader context of obscenity issues and censorship of literary works.
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