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Sad Lack of Beauty Rotten Writers

I’ve been to critique groups with Marilyn, they all smell of dust and the boredom of spare time. She has hobbies now and actively participates in her community. 462 more words



Hello Beatnik followers! This time I won’t deal with Beatnik works, but I will update you about my life, which revolves around American literature 🙂 141 more words


What is Written On The Faces... Consuming

The faces are in the bricks one by one piled into the wall. I can feel them staring and observing and criticizing; the cardboard houses shutter beside the dumpsters as the crows ascend, fleeing. 212 more words


Opening the next Time Zone; 1950s & 1960s!

After a lot of very hard work, updating the Time Machine software (Windows 1938), charging the flux capacitor and stocking up on bobby socks and hair products, we’re ready to open up another Time Portal to a new Time Zone; 152 more words


Excerpts from a letter by Jack Kerouac

a letter sent to his first wife, Edie Kerouac Parker, a decade after their marriage had been annulled.

I have lots of things to teach you now, in case we ever meet, concerning the message that was transmitted to me under a pine tree in North Carolina on a cold winter moonlit night. 208 more words

Vanessa Shapiro Blog


You are you and I am me,

Why would I

Not be trembling.

Let us love on balcony,

Let us sway

Gods canopy.


Critical Analysis of Ginsberg’s Poem: The Howl

First of all I would like to analyze the poem from the school of New Criticism which emphasizes the aesthetic aspect. The focus is on the tropes used in the poem. 1,056 more words