"Jazz and the Beat Generation
." The Cambridge Companion to the Beats, edited by Steven Belletto, Cambridge UP, 2017.
In terms of literary censorship, those wishing for a play of the Beat Generation
to place alongside the outlawed works of Ginsberg and Burroughs may be enthused by Michael McClure's The Beard (1965).
For five years beginning in the fall of 1958, Kesey was enrolled in the non-degree program at Stanford University's Creative Writing Center, less than 35 miles away from the West Coast epicenter of the Beat Generation
happenings in San Francisco.
Although cursorily conceding that "restless, rebellious, confused youth living it up" appealed to some adherents--not Podhoretz's audience, of course--he stressed that the Beat Generation
"is hostile to civilization; it worships primitivism, instinct, energy, 'blood.'" Podhoretz concluded, "The hipsters and hipster-lovers of the Beat Generation
are rebels, all right, but not against anything so sociological and historical as the middle class or capitalism or even respectability.
THE SCENE Given its past as a Beat Generation
hangout, the clientele and staff remain relatively bohemian.
THE TOPIC: Even among the Beat Generation
of which he formed an integral part, William S.
Cast in a different light, however, Beat Generation
's theatrical shortcomings strangely reveal the impressive if understated theatricality of Kerouac's novels.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15) DANIEL RADCLIFFE, pictured, has said this Beat Generation
drama features his greatest ever performance.
Opens Friday THE STARS Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan THE VERDICT Daniel Radcliffe continues to tread a shrewd and often daring career path post-Harry Potter, and is excellent here as the young Beat Generation
poet Allen Ginsberg.
The movie is about the early days of the Beat Generation
of Leeds) presents a cultural history of the Beat generation
's enduring influence on rock music and creative culture in the latter third of the century.
Cassady was married to Neal Cassady - a central character in the Beat generation
and the basis of the character Dean Moriarty in Kerouac's "On the Road" - for around 20 years.