Poetry Books by Gregory Corso

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Minutes to Go Authors: Sinclair Simon Maurice Beiles, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Brion Gysin
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Published Date: 1968
Categories: American literature
Poetry and prose by Sinclair Beiles, William Burroughs, Gregory Corso and Brion Gysin.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Clemente Authors: Gregory Corso, Robert Creeley, Francesco Clemente, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation
Publisher: Guggenheim Museum Publications
Published Date: 2003-07-01
Categories: Art
Francesco Clemente has, since the 1980s, been a leading artist in the international revival of expressionist figure painting and sculpture. Clemente's subjects--rooted in both the physical and the surreal, spiritual worlds--create a vast body of work that appeals to diverse audiences. Clemente draws upon a pan-historic web of impulses, mediating among the myriad cultures of the ancient Mediterranean, Byzantium, Europe, India and America. Stylistically his work recalls the Italian Renaissance, Indian miniatures, European Romanticism, Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art. Clemente's widespread cultural interests and nomadic lifestyle--New York is his home but he spends part of each year in Italy, India and the New Mexico desert--have deeply affected his art. This lavishly produced catalogue accompanies the first major survey devoted to the painter.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Sarpedon Authors: Gregory Corso
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Published Date: 2016-07-01
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First publication of Sarpedon, the first of three plays written by Beat poet Gregory Corso in 1954 while living as a "stowaway" on the campus of Harvard University.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Long Live Man Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: Norfolk, Conn., New Directions Books
Published Date: 1962
Categories: Poetry
Long live Man! sings the poet Gregory Corso - despite atom bombs and computers, cold wars that get hot and togetherness that isn't, too many cars and too little love... and in these poems he celebrates the wonders (and the laughs and griefs) of being a man alive. Whether he is musing on antic glories amid the ruins of the Acropolis or watching a New York child invent games on the city's sidewalks, Corso is there in it, putting us into it, with the magic of vision, with the senses - awakening images, that transmute reality into something more - insights that let us share his joy and echo his shout of Long live Man!

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Gasoline Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: DeVault-Graves Agency
Published Date: 2015-07-29
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Gregory Corso was born on March 26, 1930 in New York City. His first book of poetry was published by City Lights Press in 1955.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Brink of the World Authors: Gregory Corso, Stephen R. Pastore
Publisher: Cohort Press
Published Date: 2010-10
Categories: Poetry
Poetry by the novelist/playwright Stephen R Pastore and the famed Beat poet, Gregory Corso, his first cousin.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Exiled Angel Authors: Gregory Stephenson
Publisher: Water Row Press
Published Date: 1989
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This is the first full-length comprehensive study of Beat poet Gregory Corso's work which was central to the movemnet of the Beat Generation (Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and others). -- Amazon.com.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
Published Date: 1981
Categories: Poetry
Corso, Herald of Autoc. Spirit. Poetry heralding "the ivory applecart of tyrannical values"

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Gasoline & Vestal Lady on Brattle Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: City Lights Books
Published Date: 1976
Categories: Poetry
Gregory Corso was born on March 26, 1930 in New York City. His first book of poetry was published by City Lights Press in 1955.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Mindfield Authors: Gregory Corso
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Published Date: 1998
Categories: Poetry
Gregory Corso's an aphoristic poet, and a poet of ideas. What modern poets write with such terse calrity that their verses stick in the mind without effort? Certainly Yeats, Pound, Williams, Eliot, Kerouac, Creeley, Dylan, & Corso have that quality. --from the Preface titled "On Corso's Virutes," by Alan Ginsberg

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book The American Express Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: Olympia Press
Published Date: 2005-08-01
Categories: Fiction
Beat poet Corso's only novel. Inspired by his days in Europe, anxiously waiting for royalty checks and advances that were slow to appear, this freewheeling and farcical tale is the account of a birth in AmEx, and what came of it. With illustrations by the author. First published 1961 as No. 85 in the Traveller's Companion Series. First American publication.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book Elegiac Feelings American Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
Published Date: 1970
Categories: Poetry
A collection of poems by the renowned Beat poet, Gregory Corso.

Gregory Corso Books, Gregory Corso poetry book An Accidental Autobiography Authors: Gregory Corso
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
Published Date: 2003
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
He left (or was left by) a number of girlfriends and he fathered five children along the way. He was apt to raise a bit of a ruckus at poetry readings and other public events. No one could be sure what he might do next except that he would write poetry and get published and that it would be widely read.".



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