Beat Generation single work   poetry   "I don't let anything trouble my mind"
Issue Details: First known date: 1998 1998
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the Beat movement began in the early 1950's with a small and tightly connected group of young writers who demonstrated a care-free, often wreckless and fresh approach to literature as well as a demonstrative social stance toward what was sometimes referred to as "The Establishment".

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Form: spoken word
  • Appears in:
    y The Animist vol. [3] October Ian Irvine (editor), Sue King-Smith (editor), 1998 Z903027 1998 periodical issue 1998
    Note: From 'Disregarding Henry' by The Poet's Mahone at Castlemaine Fringe Festival, October 30th 1994. Audio version read by Deanne Bail.
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