Down and in: Life in the Underground

Down and in Life in the Underground Sukenick has written the story of the underground culture in America as it grew out of the old Greenwich Village Bohemia the story of hipsters and beatniks rock n rollers and punks artists intellec

  • Title: Down and in: Life in the Underground
  • Author: Ronald Sukenick
  • ISBN: 9780020087311
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sukenick has written the story of the underground culture in America as it grew out of the old Greenwich Village Bohemia the story of hipsters and beatniks, rock n rollers and punks, artists, intellectuals, and poets manques 8 page insert.

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    1. I very much enjoy scenes. The envy of the isolated, one might suppose. The French one around Sartre and de Beauvoir is famous. The Hegel=Schelling=Hölderlin seminary scene is one of my favorites of all time.This book here is about a scene I’ve never been especially fond of. But there it is. And it is/was that kind of underground scene. Which I think’s important. So if you too find that the true and the authentic and the honest and the innovative scenes are usually underground, you’ll want [...]

    2. I could swear the title of the book was Down and In/In Greenwich village. Maybe the title was changed. I was a child in the Greenwich Village of the early 50s and a young adult in the Greenwich Village of the 60s, so I speak with some authority. For example, this tidbit: The older artist woman I lived with in the West Village hated the author's sister Gloria because she was good looking and got the guys. So believe me when I say that the book gives the reader a pretty accurate as well as amusing [...]

    3. Ronald Sukenick's Down and In: Life in the Underground is part memoir, part history,of American art and the counter-culture from 1948-1984, a crucial period that saw the rise and fall of the 'American Century'(as Life magazine would have it). The American Avant-Garde emerged from the war with the financial triumph of Abstract Expressionism, the giddy days of the New York School and Beat poetry, the radical performances of the Living Theatre, and so on. Sukenick was born in 1932, in Brooklyn. As [...]

    4. Nigdy nie zrozumiem fenomentu beatników i chyba każda następna książka będzie mi to udowadniać na nowo.

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