!!> Reading ➶ Tales of Beatnik Glory ➮ Author Ed Sanders – Buyphenergan500.us

Tales of Beatnik Glory Ed Sanders S Mock Heroic And Heroic Odyssey Follows Poet, Filmmaker, And Activist Sam Thomas, Editor Of Dope, Fucking, And Social Change, And A Variegated Cast Of Castoffs, Dropouts, Peaceniks, Freakniks, And Mendicant Filthniks, From Kansas Through The Beatnik And Hippie Countercultures Of New York City S Lower East Side And Greenwich Village From The Freedom Rides And Confrontations With The Alabama Klan To The Hate Dappled Summer Of Love, Tales Of Beatnik Glory Is The Epic Of America In The Sixties, In A Language Of Droll Invention And Stoned Mythopoesis, From A Man Who Once Dared To Exorcise The Pentagon This Revised Edition Adds Two New Volumes And Includes Twenty Five Never Before Published Stories

!!> Reading ➶ Tales of Beatnik Glory  ➮ Author Ed Sanders – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Paperback
  • 784 pages
  • Tales of Beatnik Glory
  • Ed Sanders
  • English
  • 17 August 2017
  • 1560256524

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➶ Tales of Beatnik Glory ➮ Author Ed Sanders – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    This book is very good because it gets beyond the Kerouac Burroughs Ginsberg triumvirate and instead recounts tales of regular, non famous, beatnik bohemians in New York s Lower East Side Very down to earth, real, and funny It s actually become one of my favorite books becau...


  2. says:

    If you are interested at all in the Beat era or the Sixties psychedelic and protest movements you have to buy this book and read it.It is by Ed Sanders, long time resident of first Greenwich and then the East Village of NYC from the late 50 s on Ed published several selfmade zines in the late 50 s and early 60 s, then switched to being an avant garde filmmaker circa 1963 66, and then became a writer of verse and prose He formed the folk rock weirdness group the Fugs who performed throughout t If you are interested at all in the Beat era or the Sixties psychedelic and protest movements you have to buy this book and read it.It is by Ed Sanders, long time resident of first Greenwich and then the...


  3. says:

    Tales Of Beatnik Glory is a collection of storiesor less about the Beatniks of Greenwich Village Characters come and go throughout, which communicates a sense of the community that seems to have existed at the time And the rivalry And the insanity There s a healthy amount of social commentary in the inimitable Ed Sanders style I like Sanders writing For one thing, he s subtly funny Like, At first the walkers were tempted to serve as janitors on the roads of degeneration stuffing Tales Of Beatnik Glory is a collection of storiesor less about the Beatniks of Greenwich Village Characters come and go throughout, which communicates a sense of the community that seems to have existed at the time And the rivalry And the insanity There s a healthy amount of social commentary in the inimitable Ed Sanders style I like Sanders writing For one thing, he s subtly funny Like, At first the wa...


  4. says:

    I loved beatnik glory I know it s standard fare to focus on the indulgent nature of the beatniks, but this book seemed to have a nice middle ground, discussing the protest movement, sex, music, and drugs really only being a peripheral until halfway or so through the book there are a few stories which focus wholly on the experience of whatever mescaline Sam took that day, but largely it was just a neat window into a New York I can only imagine where people can enjoy life and not kill themselve I love...


  5. says:

    I picked this book up, feeling a little pretentious, at half price books, hoping for an interesting plane book for my upcoming vacation When I got sick it became my I have to stay at home for 5 days book Great for passing time, a book of short stories abo...


  6. says:

    Strangely uninvolving.


  7. says:

    read it years ago Enjoyable


  8. says:

    Fun anti establishment stories that are heavy on punchline and low on substance A good read but not much of a lasting impression.


  9. says:

    Very good Gives an on the ground perspective of New York in the early 60s, as well as in the South during Freedom Summer.


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