The Beat Generation freed American arts and letters from the ivy covered shackles of academia. The names of its primary figures are familiar as old relatives--Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Neal Cassady. But, though they may be less known to us, the women were making history of their own. Riveting biographies and never-before-published writings chronicle the creative and rebellious women who broke from tradition and joined the best minds of their generation. 2 cassettes.
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