Tag: Allen Ginsberg

The Enduring Influence of Allen Ginsberg’s Poetry on Modern Society

Born on this day June 3, 1926 in Newark, New Jersey, Allen Ginsberg is one of the most influential poets of the 20th century, whose work continues to resonate with modern society today. From his underground roots in the Beat Generation to his mainstream acceptance as a cultural icon, Ginsberg’s poetry has been a catalyst …

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Forgotten Gems: The Poetic Legacy of Gregory Corso

“My music is built in—it’s already natural. I don’t play with the meter.” – Gregory Corso Gregory Corso, a name often overlooked in the annals of American poetry, remains an essential figure within the Beat Generation, a literary movement that defined a significant part of mid-20th-century American culture. Corso’s poetic legacy, while not as widely …

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