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Scattered poems / Jack Kerouac.

[San Francisco] : City Lights Books, [1971] .
ISBN 9780872860643, 0872860647

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PS 3521 .E735 A6 1971 Off-site
LIB stacks
PS3521.E735 A6 1971 Available Request
Standard Title Poems. Selections
Subjects Beat generation -- Poetry.
Beat generation.
Series Pocket poets series ; 28.
Description 76 pages ; 17 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Summary In spontaneous, direct, and concrete verses, the author confesses his joy in poetry and life.
Contents A translation from the French of Jean-Louis Incogniteau -- Song: fie my fum -- Pull my daisy -- Pull my daisy -- He is your friend -- Old buddy aint you gonna stay by me? -- Daydreams for Ginsberg -- Lucien midnight -- Someday you'll be lying -- I clearly saw -- Hymn -- Poem: I demand that the human race -- The thrashing doves -- The Buddhist saints -- How to meditate -- A pun for Al Gelpi -- Sept. 16, 1961 -- Rimbaud -- From Old angel midnight -- More from Old angel midnight -- Auro boralis shomoheen -- Long dead's longevity -- Sitting under tree number two -- A curse at the devil -- Sight is just dust -- Poem -- To Edward Dahlberg -- Two poems -- To Allen Ginsberg -- Poem: jazz killed itself -- To Harpo Marx -- Hitch hiker -- Four poems from San Francisco blues -- Blues: and he sits embrowned -- Blues: part of the morning stars -- Hey listen you poetry audiences -- Some western haikus (from Book of haiku).
Genre Poetry.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)163129
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WorldCat Identities Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969.
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