The dean was too embarrassed to repeat out loud what Ginsberg had written on his window.
The archive is filled with correspondences from Ginsberg and other lovers, but one letter stands out.
In one, Ginsberg receives oral sex from a woman in a library, but can only reach completion after locking eyes with Carr.
He plays the poet and intellectual Ginsberg as poetic and intellectual.
Frank referred Ginsberg to several of his own printers, who made photographic prints from his old dime store negatives.
They held spirited informal readings from City Lights editions of Ginsberg, and opined on monetary policy.
That whole subplot seemed to me like a reference to the Ginsberg poem “Howl” and the idea of man rebelling against the status quo.
Drawing the toxicologist Dr. Ginsberg with his smooth face modified into a chemical retort had not turned out well.
Dr. Ginsberg gives a striking résumé of the different theories of its teaching which have been promulgated.
A very particular though succinct account of all these theories, ancient and modern, may be found in a work by Dr. Ginsberg.