The Letters of William S. Burroughs: Volume I: 1945-1959, Book 2
This volume of correspondence vividly documents the personal and cultural history through which Burroughs developed, revealing clues to illuminate his life and keys to open up his text. "Sheds light on both the personal demons and lacerating misanthropy that inspired Burroughs' brilliant literary highjinks".-- Entertainment Weekly.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - revD - LibraryThing
Necessary reading for the completist & scholar, but a trifle too involved in the minutiae of Burroughs' life to be of interest to the passing reader. Provides insight into the works in progress of the ... Read full review
The letters of William S. Burroughs: 1945-1959User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
The first of a projected two volumes, these letters cover the activities of Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Kerouac in the years that gave birth to the Beat Generation. Written mostly to Ginsberg ... Read full review