Reality Sandwiches, 1953-60

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Acknowledgement 4
  • Contents 5
  • My Alba 7
  • Sakyamuni Coming Out From The Mountain 9
  • The Green Automobile 11
  • Havana 1953 17
  • Siesta in Xbalba And Return to the States 21
  • On Burroughs' Work 40
  • Love Poem on Theme by Whitman 41
  • Over Kansas 42
  • Malest Cornifici Tuo Catullo 47
  • Dream Record: June 8, 1955 48
  • Fragment 1956 51
  • A Strange New Cottage in Berkeley 53
  • Sather Gate Illumination 54
  • Scribble 59
  • Afternoon Seattle 60
  • Psalm III 62
  • Tears 63
  • Ready to Roll 64
  • Wrote This Last Night 65
  • Squeal 66
  • American Change 67
  • 'Back on Times Square, Dreaming of Times Square' 70
  • My Sad Self 72
  • Battleship Newsreel 76
  • I Beg You Come Back & Be Cheerful 77
  • To an Old Poet in Peru 80
  • Aether 83
  • Have Felt Same Before 91
  • Soundy Time, I Hear Again! 96
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