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The Resource Beat culture : icons, lifestyles, and impact, edited by William T. Lawlor

Beat culture : icons, lifestyles, and impact, edited by William T. Lawlor

Label
Beat culture : icons, lifestyles, and impact
Title
Beat culture
Title remainder
icons, lifestyles, and impact
Statement of responsibility
edited by William T. Lawlor
Title variation
Beat culture: lifestyles, icons and impact
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"On the Road. Naked Lunch. Howl. These iconic works of the Beat Generation capture the spirit of a time in the latter half of the 20th century when a new generation of writers, poets, musicians, and artists celebrated the inspiring individuality of Americans, explored America's immensity and diverse geography, and sought satisfaction in unrestrained experience. Simultaneously, many Beat artists questioned almost every social, cultural, and political convention in American life. With scholarly contributions from around the world, Beat Culture is the definitive guide to one of the most vibrant and challenging periods in American cultural and political history." "Sex and morality. Drugs and delinquency. War and peace. Madness and serene contemplation. These are all still contemporary concerns for young people and their parents, but the history of the Beat Generation shows that such considerations are far from new. This essential guide brings the movement that defined an era to a new audience and explains to today's generation of young people the ideas that motivated their parents and grandparents."--BOOK JACKET
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 810.9/0054
  • B
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS228.B6
LC item number
B368 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1951-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Lawlor, William
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Beats (Persons)
  • American literature
  • Littérature américaine
  • Littérature américaine
  • Beat generation
Label
Beat culture : icons, lifestyles, and impact, edited by William T. Lawlor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Anderson, Joan, letter about
  • Gray, Wardell
  • Guthrie, Woody
  • Gysin, Brion
  • Happening
  • Hawkins, Coleman
  • Herms, George
  • Holiday, Billie
  • Holmes, John Clellon
  • Huncke, Herbert
  • Hunt, Tim
  • Aphorisms, slogans
  • Influences
  • Joans, Ted
  • Johnson, Joyce
  • Jones, Hettie
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Kammerer, David Eames
  • Kandel, Lenore
  • Kaufman, Bob
  • Kenton, Stan
  • Kerouac Archive, Sale of the
  • Apollinaire, Guillaume
  • Kerouac, Jack
  • Kerouac, Jan
  • Kerouac, Joan Haverty
  • Kesey, Ken Elton
  • Kinsey Report
  • Kline, Franz
  • Konitz, Lee
  • Krim, Seymour
  • Krupa, Gene
  • Kupferberg, Tuli
  • Apomorphine Treatment
  • Kyger, Joanne
  • La Vigne, Robert
  • Lamantia, Philip
  • Landesman, Jay and Fran Landesman
  • Language and Idiom of the Beats
  • Leary, Timothy
  • Legacy
  • Legman, Gershon
  • Lexington, Kentucky
  • Library Holdings
  • Atomic Era
  • Lipton, Lawrence
  • Literary Forms
  • Little Magazines
  • London
  • Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Mailer, Norman
  • Marriage
  • Marshall, Edward
  • Martinelli, Sheri
  • Materialism
  • Baraka, Amiri (LeRoi Jones)
  • McClure, Joanna
  • McClure, Michael
  • Mead, Taylor
  • Mekas, Jonas
  • Meltzer, David
  • Memory
  • Mental Illness
  • Merry Pranksters
  • Merton, Thomas
  • Mexico City
  • Beat and Beatnik
  • Micheline, Jack
  • Miles, Barry
  • Mingus, Charles
  • Moloch (also Molech)
  • Monk, Thelonious Sphere
  • Montgomery, John McVey
  • Motherwell, Robert
  • Mountains, Beats in the
  • Museum of Modern Art Exhibition: "Fantastic Art, Dada, and Surrealism" (1936)
  • Music
  • Beat Conferences, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • Nakedness
  • Naropa Institute
  • Native American Cultures
  • New Orleans
  • New Waverly, Texas
  • New York City
  • New York University Conferences on Beat Culture: The Beat Generation: Legacy and Celebration" and "The Writings of Jack Kerouac" (1994 and 1995)
  • News Media and Publicity, the Beats and
  • Nicosia, Gerald
  • Norse, Harold
  • Beatitude
  • O'Hara, Frank
  • Olson, Charles
  • On the Road, 1982 Conference the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Publication of
  • On the Road, New York Times review of
  • On the Road, Sale of the Scroll of
  • Orlovsky, Peter
  • Pad, the Beat
  • Painting
  • Paris, the Beats in
  • Parker, Charles Christopher (Charlie)
  • Be-in
  • Parker, Edie
  • Party, the Beat
  • Patchen, Kenneth
  • Paterson, New Jersey
  • Performance Humor
  • Perkoff, Stuart Z.
  • Perry Lane
  • Photography
  • Pleasure in Life
  • Plymell, Charles
  • Part I. General Introduction
  • Berman, Wallace
  • Pollock, Jackson
  • Pommy Vega, Janine
  • Publishers
  • Rauschenberg, Robert
  • Red Scare (the First and Second Red Scares)
  • Reich, Wilhelm
  • Reinhardt, Ad
  • Religion, the Beats and
  • Rexroth, Kenneth
  • Rimbaud, Arthur
  • Big Sur
  • Rivers, Larry
  • Rocky Mount, North Carolina
  • Rosenthal, Bob
  • Rosenthal, Irving
  • Rumaker, Michael
  • Saint Mark's Poetry Project
  • Sampas Kerouac, Stella
  • Sampas, Sebastian
  • San Francisco
  • San Francisco Poetry Renaissance
  • Black Mountain, North Carolina, and Black Mountain College
  • Sanders, Ed
  • Scholarship and Critical Appreciation, a Survey of
  • Sculpture
  • Sea, Beats at
  • Selby, Hubert, Jr.
  • Sexism and Misogyny
  • Sexual Attitudes and Behavior
  • Sexual Freedom
  • Shearing, George
  • 6 Gallery Reading
  • Blackburn, Paul
  • Snyder, Gary
  • Sociological Interpretations
  • Solomon, Carl
  • Sommerville, Ian
  • Spicer, Jack
  • Spontaneity, the Beat Generation and the Culture of
  • Styles of dress, the Beats and
  • Suffering
  • Tangiers
  • Teachers, Beats as
  • Blakey, Art
  • Technology, Beats and
  • Theater
  • Thompson, Hunter Stockton
  • Travel: the Beats as Globetrotters
  • Trungpa, Chogyam
  • Tytell, John
  • Upton, Charles
  • Vancouver Poetry Conference (1963)
  • Venice Beach
  • Vollmer Adams Burroughs, Joan
  • Bohemian Movements: Predecessors of the Beats
  • Waldman, Anne
  • Warhol, Andy
  • Watts, Alan
  • Wavy Gravy (Hugh Romney)
  • Welch, Lew
  • Whalen, Philip
  • White, Josh
  • Whitney Museum Exhibition: Beat Culture and the New America 1950-1965
  • Wieners, John
  • Williams, Cootie
  • Bowles, Jane
  • Williams, William Carlos
  • Wobblies
  • Wolfe, Tom
  • Young, Lester
  • Bowles, Paul
  • Brautigan, Richard
  • Bremser, Bonnie
  • Part II. Chronology
  • Bremser, Ray
  • Breton, Andre
  • Brooks, Eugene
  • Brossard, Chandler
  • Bruce, Lenny
  • Buckley, Lord
  • Bukowski, Charles
  • Burroughs, Ilse Herzfeld Klapper
  • Burroughs, William Seward
  • Burroughs, William Seward, Jr. (III)
  • Part III. Entries
  • Caen, Herb
  • Cage, John
  • Cannastra, Bill
  • Carr, Lucien
  • Carroll, Paul
  • Cassady, Carolyn
  • Cassady, Neal
  • Censorship
  • Charters, Ann
  • Charters, Sam
  • Algiers, Louisiana
  • Chase, Haldon "Hal"
  • Cherry Valley, New York
  • Clausen, Andy
  • Cold War
  • Coleman, Ornette
  • Coltrane, John
  • Communism and the Workers' Movement
  • Confession
  • Conformity
  • Conner, Bruce
  • Allen, Don
  • Corso, Gregory
  • Cowen, Elise
  • Creeley, Robert
  • Cunningham, Merce
  • Curriculum, Beats in the
  • Dance
  • de Kooning, Willem
  • DeFeo, Jay
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Desolation Peak
  • Allen, Steve
  • di Prima, Diane
  • Dorn, Ed
  • Drugs
  • Duncan, Robert
  • Dylan, Bob
  • Eastern Culture
  • Ellvins, Kells
  • Environmentalism
  • Europe, Bohemian Movements Related to the Beat Movement in
  • Everson, William (Brother Antoninus)
  • Amram, David
  • Fariña, Richard
  • Fellaheen
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
  • Film
  • First Poetry-Jazz Concert
  • Florida House of Kerouac
  • Frank, Robert
  • Furthur/ Further
  • Gaddis, William
  • Gaillard, Slim
  • Anarchy, Christian
  • Genet, Jean
  • Gillespie, Dizzy
  • Ginsberg Archive, Sale of the
  • Ginsberg, Allen
  • Glass, Philip
  • Goddard, Dwight
  • Goodrow, Gary
  • Gordon, Dexter
  • Gorky, Arshile
  • Grauerholz, James
Control code
57577410
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
liv, 392 pages
Isbn
9781851094004
Isbn Type
(acid-free : paper)
Lccn
2005002772
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)57577410
Label
Beat culture : icons, lifestyles, and impact, edited by William T. Lawlor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Anderson, Joan, letter about
  • Gray, Wardell
  • Guthrie, Woody
  • Gysin, Brion
  • Happening
  • Hawkins, Coleman
  • Herms, George
  • Holiday, Billie
  • Holmes, John Clellon
  • Huncke, Herbert
  • Hunt, Tim
  • Aphorisms, slogans
  • Influences
  • Joans, Ted
  • Johnson, Joyce
  • Jones, Hettie
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Kammerer, David Eames
  • Kandel, Lenore
  • Kaufman, Bob
  • Kenton, Stan
  • Kerouac Archive, Sale of the
  • Apollinaire, Guillaume
  • Kerouac, Jack
  • Kerouac, Jan
  • Kerouac, Joan Haverty
  • Kesey, Ken Elton
  • Kinsey Report
  • Kline, Franz
  • Konitz, Lee
  • Krim, Seymour
  • Krupa, Gene
  • Kupferberg, Tuli
  • Apomorphine Treatment
  • Kyger, Joanne
  • La Vigne, Robert
  • Lamantia, Philip
  • Landesman, Jay and Fran Landesman
  • Language and Idiom of the Beats
  • Leary, Timothy
  • Legacy
  • Legman, Gershon
  • Lexington, Kentucky
  • Library Holdings
  • Atomic Era
  • Lipton, Lawrence
  • Literary Forms
  • Little Magazines
  • London
  • Lowell, Massachusetts
  • Mailer, Norman
  • Marriage
  • Marshall, Edward
  • Martinelli, Sheri
  • Materialism
  • Baraka, Amiri (LeRoi Jones)
  • McClure, Joanna
  • McClure, Michael
  • Mead, Taylor
  • Mekas, Jonas
  • Meltzer, David
  • Memory
  • Mental Illness
  • Merry Pranksters
  • Merton, Thomas
  • Mexico City
  • Beat and Beatnik
  • Micheline, Jack
  • Miles, Barry
  • Mingus, Charles
  • Moloch (also Molech)
  • Monk, Thelonious Sphere
  • Montgomery, John McVey
  • Motherwell, Robert
  • Mountains, Beats in the
  • Museum of Modern Art Exhibition: "Fantastic Art, Dada, and Surrealism" (1936)
  • Music
  • Beat Conferences, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  • Nakedness
  • Naropa Institute
  • Native American Cultures
  • New Orleans
  • New Waverly, Texas
  • New York City
  • New York University Conferences on Beat Culture: The Beat Generation: Legacy and Celebration" and "The Writings of Jack Kerouac" (1994 and 1995)
  • News Media and Publicity, the Beats and
  • Nicosia, Gerald
  • Norse, Harold
  • Beatitude
  • O'Hara, Frank
  • Olson, Charles
  • On the Road, 1982 Conference the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Publication of
  • On the Road, New York Times review of
  • On the Road, Sale of the Scroll of
  • Orlovsky, Peter
  • Pad, the Beat
  • Painting
  • Paris, the Beats in
  • Parker, Charles Christopher (Charlie)
  • Be-in
  • Parker, Edie
  • Party, the Beat
  • Patchen, Kenneth
  • Paterson, New Jersey
  • Performance Humor
  • Perkoff, Stuart Z.
  • Perry Lane
  • Photography
  • Pleasure in Life
  • Plymell, Charles
  • Part I. General Introduction
  • Berman, Wallace
  • Pollock, Jackson
  • Pommy Vega, Janine
  • Publishers
  • Rauschenberg, Robert
  • Red Scare (the First and Second Red Scares)
  • Reich, Wilhelm
  • Reinhardt, Ad
  • Religion, the Beats and
  • Rexroth, Kenneth
  • Rimbaud, Arthur
  • Big Sur
  • Rivers, Larry
  • Rocky Mount, North Carolina
  • Rosenthal, Bob
  • Rosenthal, Irving
  • Rumaker, Michael
  • Saint Mark's Poetry Project
  • Sampas Kerouac, Stella
  • Sampas, Sebastian
  • San Francisco
  • San Francisco Poetry Renaissance
  • Black Mountain, North Carolina, and Black Mountain College
  • Sanders, Ed
  • Scholarship and Critical Appreciation, a Survey of
  • Sculpture
  • Sea, Beats at
  • Selby, Hubert, Jr.
  • Sexism and Misogyny
  • Sexual Attitudes and Behavior
  • Sexual Freedom
  • Shearing, George
  • 6 Gallery Reading
  • Blackburn, Paul
  • Snyder, Gary
  • Sociological Interpretations
  • Solomon, Carl
  • Sommerville, Ian
  • Spicer, Jack
  • Spontaneity, the Beat Generation and the Culture of
  • Styles of dress, the Beats and
  • Suffering
  • Tangiers
  • Teachers, Beats as
  • Blakey, Art
  • Technology, Beats and
  • Theater
  • Thompson, Hunter Stockton
  • Travel: the Beats as Globetrotters
  • Trungpa, Chogyam
  • Tytell, John
  • Upton, Charles
  • Vancouver Poetry Conference (1963)
  • Venice Beach
  • Vollmer Adams Burroughs, Joan
  • Bohemian Movements: Predecessors of the Beats
  • Waldman, Anne
  • Warhol, Andy
  • Watts, Alan
  • Wavy Gravy (Hugh Romney)
  • Welch, Lew
  • Whalen, Philip
  • White, Josh
  • Whitney Museum Exhibition: Beat Culture and the New America 1950-1965
  • Wieners, John
  • Williams, Cootie
  • Bowles, Jane
  • Williams, William Carlos
  • Wobblies
  • Wolfe, Tom
  • Young, Lester
  • Bowles, Paul
  • Brautigan, Richard
  • Bremser, Bonnie
  • Part II. Chronology
  • Bremser, Ray
  • Breton, Andre
  • Brooks, Eugene
  • Brossard, Chandler
  • Bruce, Lenny
  • Buckley, Lord
  • Bukowski, Charles
  • Burroughs, Ilse Herzfeld Klapper
  • Burroughs, William Seward
  • Burroughs, William Seward, Jr. (III)
  • Part III. Entries
  • Caen, Herb
  • Cage, John
  • Cannastra, Bill
  • Carr, Lucien
  • Carroll, Paul
  • Cassady, Carolyn
  • Cassady, Neal
  • Censorship
  • Charters, Ann
  • Charters, Sam
  • Algiers, Louisiana
  • Chase, Haldon "Hal"
  • Cherry Valley, New York
  • Clausen, Andy
  • Cold War
  • Coleman, Ornette
  • Coltrane, John
  • Communism and the Workers' Movement
  • Confession
  • Conformity
  • Conner, Bruce
  • Allen, Don
  • Corso, Gregory
  • Cowen, Elise
  • Creeley, Robert
  • Cunningham, Merce
  • Curriculum, Beats in the
  • Dance
  • de Kooning, Willem
  • DeFeo, Jay
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Desolation Peak
  • Allen, Steve
  • di Prima, Diane
  • Dorn, Ed
  • Drugs
  • Duncan, Robert
  • Dylan, Bob
  • Eastern Culture
  • Ellvins, Kells
  • Environmentalism
  • Europe, Bohemian Movements Related to the Beat Movement in
  • Everson, William (Brother Antoninus)
  • Amram, David
  • Fariña, Richard
  • Fellaheen
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
  • Film
  • First Poetry-Jazz Concert
  • Florida House of Kerouac
  • Frank, Robert
  • Furthur/ Further
  • Gaddis, William
  • Gaillard, Slim
  • Anarchy, Christian
  • Genet, Jean
  • Gillespie, Dizzy
  • Ginsberg Archive, Sale of the
  • Ginsberg, Allen
  • Glass, Philip
  • Goddard, Dwight
  • Goodrow, Gary
  • Gordon, Dexter
  • Gorky, Arshile
  • Grauerholz, James
Control code
57577410
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
liv, 392 pages
Isbn
9781851094004
Isbn Type
(acid-free : paper)
Lccn
2005002772
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)57577410

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