Beat poets

Beat poets
诪砖讜专专讬 讛讘讬讟, 诪砖讜专专讬诐 讛砖讬讬讻讬诐 诇讚讜专 讛"讘讬讟", 诪砖讜专专讬诐 砖诇 砖谞讜转 讛-50 讛诪讗讜讞专讜转 讚讜专 讛"讘讬讟" 砖讛转讗驻讬讬谞讜 讘讛转谞讙讚讜转诐 诇诪讜住讻诪讜转 讞讘专转讬讜转 讜住驻专讜转讬讜转
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转讜讬转讜专驻住讜 转讜讬转专讘讞 转讜诪讻住讜诪诇 诐转讜讚讙谞转讛讘 讜谞讬讬驻讗转讛砖 "讟讬讘"讛 专讜讚 转讜专讞讜讗诪讛 05-讛 转讜谞砖 诇砖 诐讬专专讜砖诪 ,"讟讬讘"讛 专讜讚诇 诐讬讻讬讬砖讛 诐讬专专讜砖诪 ,讟讬讘讛 讬专专讜砖诪

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  • Beat poets 鈥 poets belonging to the Beat Generation, poets of the late 1950s characterized by a rejection of social and literary conventions 鈥   English contemporary dictionary

  • beat poets 鈥 any of a number of U.S. poets concentrated in California in the 1950s and noted chiefly for their rejection of poetic as well as social conventions, exemplified through experimental, often informal phrasing and diction and formless verse that… 鈥   Universalium

  • beat poets 鈥 any of a number of U.S. poets concentrated in California in the 1950s and noted chiefly for their rejection of poetic as well as social conventions, exemplified through experimental, often informal phrasing and diction and formless verse that… 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • Beat Generation 鈥 The Beat Generation is a term used to describe both a group of American writers who came to prominence in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the cultural phenomena that they wrote about and inspired (later sometimes called beatniks ): a… 鈥   Wikipedia

  • Beat movement 鈥 American social and literary movement of the 1950s and 60s. It is associated with artists communities in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. Its adherents expressed alienation from conventional society and advocated personal release and… 鈥   Universalium

  • beat 鈥 I. verb (beat; beaten or beat; beating) Etymology: Middle English beten, from Old English b膿atan; akin to Old High German b艒zan to beat Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to strike repeatedly: a. to hit repeatedly so as to inflict pain… 鈥   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • BEAT (G脡N脡RATION) 鈥 Le 24 octobre 1969, on enterrait au cimeti猫re catholique de Lowell, morne petite ville industrielle du Massachusetts, le corps de Jack Kerouac, mort d鈥檜ne h茅morragie abdominale 脿 l鈥櫭e de quarante sept ans. Depuis quelque temps, il n鈥櫭﹖ait plus… 鈥   Encyclop茅die Universelle

  • Beat Thing, The 鈥 by David Meltzer (2004) 聽聽聽It was almost inevitable that david meltzer would address the subject of 鈥渢he Beats.鈥 One of the most moving images in the Beat Culture and the New America museum exhibit that traveled around the country in 1996 was a… 鈥   Encyclopedia of Beat Literature

  • Beat Generation 鈥 Als Beat Generation wird eine Richtung der US amerikanischen Literatur nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg in den 1950er Jahren bezeichnet. Bekannte Beat Autoren sind Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg und William S. Burroughs. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte 2 鈥   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Poets hitchhiking on the highway 鈥 This poem, by Gregory Corso, deals with two poets in the middle of a discussion on conformity, and how society tries to swallow up the individual. I told him the sky chases the sun is the first example where this is presented. This is followed by 鈥   Wikipedia

  • Language poets 鈥 The Language poets (or L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, after the magazine that bears that name) are an avant garde group or tendency in United States poetry that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In developing their poetics, members of the… 鈥   Wikipedia


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