"Drove all night, came at dawn to a warm misty place..." - William Burroughs, 1959

"Drove all night, came at dawn to a warm misty place." - William Burroughs, 1959 Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

Beat Generation — TribesBob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg sitting at Jack Kerouac’s grave during the Rolling Thunder tourFull serie

Dylan Allen Ginsberg sitting at Jack Kerouac’s grave during the Rolling Thunder tour.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure (floor) San Francisco (1957) Photo by Nat Farbman  (The Beat Generation)

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure (floor) San Francisco Photo by Nat Farbman (The Beat Generation)

Basic Beatnik: The Square's Guide to Hip Talk * Denver Post, May 11, 1959 #Beat #Generation

Basic Beatnik: The Square's Guide to Hip Talk * Denver Post, May 1959 Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation.

Dylan and Ginsberg.. two of America's best poets

Bob Dylan & Allen Ginsberg, San Francisco 1965 "From the series of images shot in the City Lights Books alley originally for the Blonde on Blonde album (photographs not used in that project).

(C) Allen Ginsberg, les premières lignes du poème culte de la Beat Generation Howl #UneSource

(C) Allen Ginsberg, les premières lignes du poème culte de la Beat Generation…

Beatnik Glossary

dulltooldimbulb: “ Beatnik Lingo courtesy the wonderful website of actor Jeff Bridges Dull Tool Dim Bulb ”

Jack Kerouac, beat poet and novel writer

The Beat Generation of Greenwich Village and Beyond

Jack Kerouac Desk - Nearly finished? Lost in spools. The draft of Jack Kerouac’s Beat-defining phenomenon ‘On the Road’ appeared to the world in April 1951 as a single 36 metre (120-foot) role of paper.

Jack Kerouac lost in spools. The draft of Jack Kerouac’s Beat-defining phenomenon ‘On the Road’ appeared to the world in April 1951 as a single 36 metre role of paper.

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