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Comment 24 of 42, added on February 2nd, 2010 at 1:00 AM.
Ginsberg was only the most famous of a cadre of intelligent thinkers who
appealed to the fantasies of a generation of rebellious young people unable
to grasp the realities of intuitive enlightenment. He himself was not for a
minute a disciple of the sophomoric rhetoric he skillfully used in giving
his adhorants the credibility they imagined they had. His mastery was not
in the pseudo philosophy he appeared to champion, but in his ability to
manipulate a subculture who believed themselves to be mentally and morally
superior to an extant society too intense for their chosen lifestyle. His
motives, while suspect to a certain segment of thinkers outside his own
culture because of the subtle directives they implied, were not mysterious
at all to accomplished occultists but rather recognizable and well
understood. He accomplished much, but not in the vein in which he was (and
is) given credit for. A pop icon of the first magnitude, but if one is to
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Comment 23 of 42, added on July 7th, 2009 at 8:46 PM.
well i don't know too much about poetry, but i think what Ginsberg is doing
is exploiting America in all it's flaws, while supplying his readers with
hope that it can all be changed. it is hopeful. its a wish, if you will.
that rather than bad, good can be done if it is chosen. its simple, really.
anyone can read this poem for what it is and simply state this it is
nothing but a list of things America has done wrong, or atleast what
Ginsberg thought was wrong. but if you really delve into this poem and
realize that it is a wake-up call rather than a bashing, a beautiful
meaning is awakened and you are suddenly AWARE!
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