ALLEN GINSBERG: A POET SHAPED BY HIS PERSONAL PROBLEMS AND HIS

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English

 

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Robert H

 

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March 21, 2012

 

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University

 

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His experiences at Columbia University and with the group of young intellectuals that he met there formed the basis of his visions that were reflected in his poetry. He developed “a sense of liberation, sexual and philosophical” which were accented by his homosexuality and Communist upbringing and were reflected in his works (Literary Kicks)...
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He began his interest in poetry in High School (in Paterson, NJ) and developed a love for Walt Whitman’s works. His college years were spent at Columbia University at a time immediately following the end of WWII. America was going through a conservative period. The friends he made at college were skeptical about the moral codes being taught by society and enforced during the McCarthy era and they explored anti-establishment, non-conformist ideas...
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