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Tag Archives: Beats
One of the most fascinating aspects of 20th Century United States cultural history was the development of the Beat Generation shortly after World War II. While prominent for less than 20 years, the literary, musical, poetic, cultural, and philosophical icons … Continue reading →
While reading the classic Jack Kerouac autobiographical novel, On The Road, I was struck by his interesting reflections about the various urban and natural landscapes he observed. These were made while he was zooming back and forth across the nation’s … Continue reading →