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The so-called Beat Generation was a whole bunch of people, of all different nationalities, who came to the conclusion that society sucked. -- Amiri Baraka

Helgon & Hetsporrar, Poetry from the Beat Generation and San Francisco Renaissance Cover by Olle Eksell Raben & Sjogren, 1960

Baudelaire fue un poeta, crítico de arte y traductor francés. Fue llamado poeta maldito, debido a su vida de bohemia y excesos, y a la visión del mal que impregna su obra. Las influencias más importantes sobre él fueron Théophile Gautier, Joseph de Maistre (de quien dijo que le había enseñado a pensar) y, en particular, Edgar Allan Poe, a quien tradujo extensamente.

Shown clockwise from left: Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Lafcadio Orlovsky, and Gregory Corso in 1956. The Beat movement was characterized by a rejection of the materialism, militarism, consumerism, and conformity of the 1950s, in favor of individual freedom and spontaneity.

Beat Generation Cookbook, 1961

Gregory Corso blogfigures.blogs... More info about Greece and the Beat Generation at: stephanienikolopo...

Adrift In Soho by Colin Wilson -first published in England in 1961 about England's Beat Generation

Girls Who Wore Black -women writing the beat generation