Irving Rosenthal papers ca. 1950-1996

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Irving Rosenthal papers, ca. 1950-1996

Irving Rosenthal papers ca. 1950-1996

The papers document Irving Rosenthal's life from his childhood onwards, containing outgoing correspondence, doctoral dissertation materials, manuscript materials, and detailed documentation of his own novel, . There are materials relating to his editorship of and , his trip to Cuba in 1961, and his life in Tangier from 1962-1964. Also included are manuscripts by, and correspondence with, William Burroughs, Edward Dahlberg, Herbert Huncke, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Smith. Other significant figures featured in the collection include Paul Bowles, Paul Carroll, Gregory Corso, Elsa Dorfman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, George Harris III, Jack Kerouac, Eila Kokkinen, Robert LaVigne, Phillip Lamantia, Edward Marshall, Michael McClure, Peter Orlovsky, Ed Sanders, Philip Whalen, and John Wieners. Sheeper The Chicago Review Big Table

ca. 23 linear ft. (32 manuscript boxes, 1 half box, 7 flat boxes, 1 tube)

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Whalen, Philip

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Biography Philip Whalen (1923-2002) graduated from Reed College in 1951 on the GI Bill after serving in the Army Air Corps in World War II. It was at Reed that Whalen met and became friends with poets Gary Snyder and Lew Welch. Several years later, Whalen was one of the poets who read with Snyder and others at the historic Six Gallery reading in San Francisco on October 13, 1955. Allen Ginsberg first performed his poem, Howl, at the Six Galle...

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Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969

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Jack Kerouac (1922-1969) was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac Papers, 1920-1977 bulk 1935-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122354098 Jack Kerouac was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1943-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122313929 From the guide to the Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1942]-...

McClure, Michael.

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Michael McClure was an American poet, playwright, songwriter, and novelist, and part of the Beat Generation of poetry. He was one of five authors who read at the famous San Francisco Six Gallery reading, and became close with Jack Kerouac, being immortalized as Pat McLean in Big Sur. He is known as the Prince of the Frisco Scene. From the guide to the Michael McClure letter to Diane di Prima, September 1968, (Ohio University) San Francisco-based ...

Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997

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William S. Burroughs (1914-1997) was an American experimental novelist, "beat" poet, and cultural icon. From the guide to the William S. Burroughs Letter, undated, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) William S. Burroughs (1914-1997), American novelist, essayist, writer of experimental fiction. A primary member of the Beat generation, he was an avant-garde author who affected postwar popular culture as well as literature. From the ...

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Standal, Stanley W., 1922-

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Orlovsky, Peter, 1933-2010

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Writer, associate of Allen Ginsberg. From the description of Papers, 1954-1971. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122482491 American poet, born July 8, 1933, in New York City. From the description of Peter Orlovsky Papers, 1952-1983. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122590485 Peter Orlovsky, poet, musician, farmer, teacher, and companion of po...

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Harris, George

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Fles, John

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Carroll, Paul, 1927-1996

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Paul Donnelly Michael Carroll was born on July 15, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the son of Canadian-born John Alexander, an Irish-Catholic who worked in banking and property development, primarily in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, and Stephanie, who was from Austria. He was married to Inara Birnbaum from 1964 to 1973 and they had a son, Luke. In 1977, Carroll married his second wife, Maryrose, a sculptor. Carroll attended Catholic elementary, junior and senior hi...

Wieners, John 1934-....

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Poet John Wieners was born in Boston on January 6, 1934. After graduating from Boston College in 1954, Wieners attended Black Mountain College from 1955-1956, studying under Charles Olson and Robert Duncan. He became associated with the Poet's Theatre in Cambridge, and his two one-act plays were produced by the New York Poet's Theatre and Judson Poets Theatre in New York. In 1957 he founded the poetry magazine, Measure, and in 1962 received the Poet's Foundation Award. Among his pub...

Huncke, Herbert

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Huncke is credited with introducing the term "beat". He met Kerouac, Ginsberg, and Burroughs in the 1940s and introduced them to the "seamier" side of life. Huncke appears as a character in Kerouac's On the road, Burrough's Junkie, and John Holme's Go. From the description of Herbert Huncke papers: [ca.1989-1992] (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 36572397 Author and friend of Allen Ginsberg. Huncke was born 9 January 1915. ...

Cohen, Ira

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Usdansky, George, 1924-

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Bowles, Paul, 1910-1999

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Podell, Albert

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Marshall, Edward, 1870-1933

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Rosenthal, Irving, 1930-....

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Irving Rosenthal edited THE CHICAGO REVIEW in the late 1950s. He succeeded in publishing poetry by Jack Kerouac, prose from Edward Dahlberg, and the first parts of William Burroughs' NAKED LUNCH before the University of Chicago censored his editorial practice. Rosenthal and a colleague then started their own magazine, BIG TABLE, which survived only briefly. Its few issues did, however, connect Rosenthal both to the Dahlberg circle and with the Beats. His move to New York in the late 1950s led to...

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Bremser, Bonnie, 1939-

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Dorfman, Elsa

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Bassin, Barry.

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LaVigne, Robert, 1928-

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Artist, book illustrator, & theatrical designer; born in 1928. From the description of Robert Lavigne papers, 1954-1969. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 606938645 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Robert LaVigne is a painter, illustrator, and theatrical set designer associated with the Beat Generation and poets of the San Francisco Renaissance. BIOGHIST REQUIRED LaVigne was born in St. Maries Idaho in 1928, but moved to San Fra...

Kokkinen, Eila

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Bremser, Ray

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Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977

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Edward Dahlberg was an American poet, novelist, and critic. From the description of Edward Dahlberg fonds. [1930]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 667848419 American novelist, essayist, autobiographer, literary critic, and poet. From the description of Edward Dahlberg papers, circa 1925-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864299 Biography Edward Dahlberg, American writer of...

Corso, Gregory

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American writer, primarily of poetry, Corso was born in New York City in 1930. He worked as a migrant laborer, newspaper reporter for the L.A. Examiner, and merchant seaman before joining the English Department at SUNY Buffalo in 1965. In the mid-1950s he began to give public readings of his poetry, often sharing the stage with other Beat poets. His 1958 volume, GASOLINE, marks the beginning of his long association with San Francisco's City Lights Bookstore and the Bay Area in general, which fig...

Rechy, John.

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Smith, Jack, 1932-1989

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d. 1989. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80849335 ...

Brown, Geoffrey

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Baraka Amiri 1934-....

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Amiri Baraka was born LeRoi Jones in Newark, New Jersey, in 1934. He was educated at Rutgers and Howard Universities, graduating from the latter at the age of 19. In 1958 he founded the influential poetry magazine Yugen, which ran until 1962. His writings, including fiction, essays, and poetry, appeared in such publications as The nation, Evergreen review, Downbeat, and The floating bear. From the description of Imamu Amiri Baraka papers, 1958-1982. (University of California, Berkele...