A celebration of the anti-establishment literature of the 1950’s including excerpts from the works of those who lead the movements in the U.S. and England. Originally published by Citadel Press in 1958, this new edition offers the best of the anti-establishment authors like Jack Kerouac, Williams Burroughs, Allen Ginsburg, Kingsley Amis, Norman Mailer, Colin Wilson and many more, with a new introduction by the editors’ daughters. The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men voiced a cry, and it is still being heard today.
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About the Author
Gene Feldman and Max Gartenberg first met in Detroit when they both had brief academic careers in the English Department at Wayne State University. Both were native New Yorkers and both soon returned to the city—Max setting up shop as a literary agent and Gene as an educational filmmaker and writer for television. They remained lifelong friends.