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Really good biography, hard to put down, would highly recommend.
Bill Morgan allows the reader to understand and appreciate, in such an interesting narrative, Ginsberg's unique style of poetry.
Bill Morgan's new book about the poet Allen Ginsberg, "I Celebrate Myself", rates at the top of my favorites list.
There are already many encouraging reviews about this book, so I will keep my comments brief. If you are a looking for a single biography to read on Ginsberg, this is probably the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John C. Marshell Jr.
This is not just the best Ginsberg biography, but the best biography of ANY of the Beats. From it you will learn an immense amount about how Ginsberg's life intersected with those... Read morePublished 5 months ago by William Marling
It gets tiring hearing about all the great times he had masturbating.Published 5 months ago by Cold Creek Press (Consignment)
I had not, before, had reads uch a thorough and delicious bio reading. The books is a must read for 2 reasons: Ginsber per se...and the bio writing technique. Not a miss.Published 13 months ago by Paulo Reimann
A must read for fans of Allen Ginsberg and his fellow "Beats". One of the leading poets of
our history Allen defined a generation and his influence is still felt and... Read more
Fantastic biography. Definitely one of the best and most moving biographies I have ever read. This was also the first book I ever read on my new Kindle so I don't think I will ever... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mr. Matthew Mclaughlin
I don't recall what exactly interested me in the life of Allen Ginsberg-but somehow he kept coming up in other things so I decided to see if there was a book out about him. Read morePublished on February 24, 2013 by So. Calif book reader
This is a very good piece of work. I was very fond of poems such as "Howl" and "Kaddish" but thought of and appreciated Allen Ginsberg as more of a showman/shaman. Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by "Belgo Geordie"
Bill Morgan's biography of the legendary poet, activist and prophet is wonderfully detailed and accurate. Allen deserved a biography of this caliber, sensitive and honest.Published on May 2, 2012 by Peter M. Vincent