Research Guide to Biography & Criticism. 1990. Web.
This edition reprints the original transcript of each poem by Allen Ginberg, also tells about his life and why he was the most famous living poet on earth. “Allen Ginsberg.” 2010. Gale. Web. 25 Sept. 2011
Shows all the works and awards he ever got and accomplished. “Allen Ginsberg.” Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia. 6. 1 July 2010. Web. Talks about a long poem by Ginsberg and how its attacking American values in the 1950’s. “About Allen Ginsberg.” PBS. Educational Broadcasting Corporation. 29 Dec. 2002. Television. The show is about Ginsberg’s interest and his well known works. “Allen Ginsberg: Poet and Photographer.” All Things Remembered. NPR. PBS. 19 May 2010. Radio They talk about what Ginsberg was known for.
Hampton, Wilborn. “Allen Ginsberg, Master Poet Of Beat Generation, Dies at 70.” The New York Times. The New York Times Company, 2010. Web. 25 Sept. 2011. Gives Allen Ginsberg’s obituary from The New York Times.
Newman, Leslea. “Allen Ginsberg: A Poetics Life.” Obit Magazine. Obit Magazine, 2011. Web. 25 Sept. 2011. It talks about his work.
Pertersen, Jennifer. “Allen Ginsberg”. United States of America: Great Nick Publishing, 2005. Web. Explains Ginsberg’s background and education, and also about the impact of his homosexuality on his poetry Shinder, Jason. Baker & Taylor Author Biographies. NC: Banker & Taylor, Inc. 2000. Web It’s a biography of Allen Ginsberg.
Stickney, John. “The Beatnik Goes On: Poet Allen Ginsberg Throws a 25th Birthday Party for 'Howl’.” People. Time Inc, 30, Nov. 1981. Web. 25 Sept. 2011 About how Ginsberg throws a party for howl and how it’s a big deal for him.
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