Exiled Angel: A Study of the Work of Gregory Corso

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Hearing Eye, 1989 - 103 pages
A comprehensive study of Gregory Corso's work which was central to the movement of the Beat Generation (Ginsberg, Kerouac, Ferlinghetti, Snyder). Author Gregory Stephenson is well qualified to write about Corso, as the former editor of PEARL literary review and author of The Daybreak Boys: Essays on the Literature of the Beat Generation.

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CONTENTS
7
Gasoline
21
Long Live Man
44
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Gregory Stephenson is Lecturer in the Department of English at Roskilde University in Denmark and is the editor and publisher of "Pearl," a literary review. He has published reviews and critical articles on the Beats in "The Review of Contemporary Fiction, The Kerouac Connection," "Moody Street Irregulars,"" Notes on Modern American Literature, "and other periodicals, and a chapbook of his own poetry, "The Verges.

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