By Bill Morgan
A member of the "Beat Generation," Allen Ginsberg may well be remembered as the most important poet of the 20th century. As this volume indicates, his works have received increasing amounts of attention, and his influence has been pervasive. This bibliography cites approximately 6,500 critical and biographical studies of Ginsberg's life and work, along with translations of his many writings. Translations are arranged by language and are then categorized by type of publication. Critical and biographical works are listed chronologically, so that the reader may see the response to Ginsberg over time. Extensive indexes allow the reader to find citations for particular titles and authors.
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