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The Resource Wait till I'm dead : uncollected poems, Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bill Morgan ; with a foreword by Rachel Zucker

Wait till I'm dead : uncollected poems, Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bill Morgan ; with a foreword by Rachel Zucker

Label
Wait till I'm dead : uncollected poems
Title
Wait till I'm dead
Title remainder
uncollected poems
Statement of responsibility
Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bill Morgan ; with a foreword by Rachel Zucker
Title variation
Wait till I am dead
Creator
Contributor
Author
Editor
Writer of added commentary
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A posthumous collection of more than 100 Ginsberg poems is largely comprised of spontaneously penned or forgotten works included in letters or sent to obscure publications and is arranged in chronological order and complemented by extensive author notes. --Publisher's description
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
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1926-1997
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ginsberg, Allen
Dewey number
811/.54
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3513.I74
LC item number
A6 2016
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Morgan, Bill
  • Zucker, Rachel
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American poetry
  • Beat generation
  • Political poetry, American
  • Poetry
Label
Wait till I'm dead : uncollected poems, Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bill Morgan ; with a foreword by Rachel Zucker
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Behold! The swinging swan
  • 1950s.
  • Her engagement
  • Hitch-hiking key west
  • In a red bar
  • What's buzzing
  • Thus on a long bus ride
  • We rode on a lonely bus
  • There's nobody here
  • On Nixon; chain poem
  • 1940s.
  • Dawn
  • A lion met America
  • Leave the bones behind ; The real distinguished thing
  • 1960s.
  • To Frank O'Hara & John Ashbery & Kenneth Koch
  • Yesterday I was writing in Heaven or of Heaven
  • Ayahuasca-
  • Walt Whitman
  • Tokyo tower
  • B.C. [Bob Creeley]
  • Rep Gordon Canfield
  • War is black magic
  • Journals November 22, '63
  • May day
  • In a shaking hand
  • Little flower M.M. [Marianne Moore]
  • Don't know who I am
  • Liverpool muse
  • New York to San Fran
  • Entering Kansas City high
  • Cleveland airport
  • We leave the youthful pennants and the books,
  • Busted
  • Nashville April 8
  • After Wales Visitacione July 29 1967
  • Mabillon noctambules
  • Genocide
  • No money, no war
  • 1970s.
  • May King's prophecy
  • For the soul of the planet is wakening
  • Six senses
  • A night in the village
  • Frank O'Hara darkly
  • Hum! Hum! Hum!
  • The world's an illusion
  • Reef mantra
  • Postcard to D
  • Inscribed in George Whitman's guest register
  • On farm
  • Wyoming
  • Exorcism
  • Eyes full of pitchpine smoke
  • Epitaph for a suicide
  • Freedom of speech
  • Green notebook
  • Imagination
  • Spring night four a.m.
  • Louis' first night in grave
  • Kidneystone opium traum
  • Homage to Paris at the bottom of the barrel
  • Bebbe put me on your lap
  • Verses included in howl reading Boston city hall
  • All the things I've got to do
  • Epitaph for a poet
  • No way back to the past
  • A brief praise of Anne's affairs
  • Popeye and William Blake fight to the death
  • For school kids in New Jersey --
  • Song
  • To live and deal with life as if it were a stone.
  • Trungpa lectures
  • Pinsk after dark
  • Two scenes
  • Listening to Susan Sontag
  • You want money?
  • Cats scratching
  • I used to live in gay sad Paris!
  • As the rain drips from the gutter on the bushes of the imperial court lawn
  • Having bowed down my forehead on the pavement on Central Park West
  • Far away
  • 1980s.
  • Back to Wuppertal
  • Am I a spy from the moon?
  • Awakened at dawn trying to run away-
  • Grey clouds hang over
  • 1/29/84 N.Y.C.
  • CXXV
  • Rose is gone
  • 3'd day down Yangtze River, yesterday
  • African spirituality will save the Earth
  • Face to fact
  • Second spontaneous collaboration into the air, circa 23 May 1980
  • Who's gone?
  • Bob Dylan touring with Grateful Dead
  • 1990s.
  • Asia minor for Gregory
  • The moon in the dewdrop is the real moon
  • New Years greeting
  • Hermaphrodite market
  • Las conversation with Carl or in memoriam
  • Dream of Carl Solomon
  • A tall student
  • Good god I got high bloodpressure answering
  • Amnesiac thirst for fame
  • A knock, look in the mirror
  • The black man
  • Thundering undies
Control code
ocn911364931
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxvii, 242 pages
Isbn
9780802124531
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)911364931
Label
Wait till I'm dead : uncollected poems, Allen Ginsberg ; edited by Bill Morgan ; with a foreword by Rachel Zucker
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Behold! The swinging swan
  • 1950s.
  • Her engagement
  • Hitch-hiking key west
  • In a red bar
  • What's buzzing
  • Thus on a long bus ride
  • We rode on a lonely bus
  • There's nobody here
  • On Nixon; chain poem
  • 1940s.
  • Dawn
  • A lion met America
  • Leave the bones behind ; The real distinguished thing
  • 1960s.
  • To Frank O'Hara & John Ashbery & Kenneth Koch
  • Yesterday I was writing in Heaven or of Heaven
  • Ayahuasca-
  • Walt Whitman
  • Tokyo tower
  • B.C. [Bob Creeley]
  • Rep Gordon Canfield
  • War is black magic
  • Journals November 22, '63
  • May day
  • In a shaking hand
  • Little flower M.M. [Marianne Moore]
  • Don't know who I am
  • Liverpool muse
  • New York to San Fran
  • Entering Kansas City high
  • Cleveland airport
  • We leave the youthful pennants and the books,
  • Busted
  • Nashville April 8
  • After Wales Visitacione July 29 1967
  • Mabillon noctambules
  • Genocide
  • No money, no war
  • 1970s.
  • May King's prophecy
  • For the soul of the planet is wakening
  • Six senses
  • A night in the village
  • Frank O'Hara darkly
  • Hum! Hum! Hum!
  • The world's an illusion
  • Reef mantra
  • Postcard to D
  • Inscribed in George Whitman's guest register
  • On farm
  • Wyoming
  • Exorcism
  • Eyes full of pitchpine smoke
  • Epitaph for a suicide
  • Freedom of speech
  • Green notebook
  • Imagination
  • Spring night four a.m.
  • Louis' first night in grave
  • Kidneystone opium traum
  • Homage to Paris at the bottom of the barrel
  • Bebbe put me on your lap
  • Verses included in howl reading Boston city hall
  • All the things I've got to do
  • Epitaph for a poet
  • No way back to the past
  • A brief praise of Anne's affairs
  • Popeye and William Blake fight to the death
  • For school kids in New Jersey --
  • Song
  • To live and deal with life as if it were a stone.
  • Trungpa lectures
  • Pinsk after dark
  • Two scenes
  • Listening to Susan Sontag
  • You want money?
  • Cats scratching
  • I used to live in gay sad Paris!
  • As the rain drips from the gutter on the bushes of the imperial court lawn
  • Having bowed down my forehead on the pavement on Central Park West
  • Far away
  • 1980s.
  • Back to Wuppertal
  • Am I a spy from the moon?
  • Awakened at dawn trying to run away-
  • Grey clouds hang over
  • 1/29/84 N.Y.C.
  • CXXV
  • Rose is gone
  • 3'd day down Yangtze River, yesterday
  • African spirituality will save the Earth
  • Face to fact
  • Second spontaneous collaboration into the air, circa 23 May 1980
  • Who's gone?
  • Bob Dylan touring with Grateful Dead
  • 1990s.
  • Asia minor for Gregory
  • The moon in the dewdrop is the real moon
  • New Years greeting
  • Hermaphrodite market
  • Las conversation with Carl or in memoriam
  • Dream of Carl Solomon
  • A tall student
  • Good god I got high bloodpressure answering
  • Amnesiac thirst for fame
  • A knock, look in the mirror
  • The black man
  • Thundering undies
Control code
ocn911364931
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxvii, 242 pages
Isbn
9780802124531
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)911364931

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