Lawrence Ferlinghetti - A Reluctant Beat

A celebration of the 90th birthday of poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a key figure in the literary scene of 1950s San Francisco and the development of the Beat movement.

Featuring new interviews and readings from Ferlinghetti himself, including from his most recent work, Poetry as Insurgent Art.

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2009031520090321A celebration of the 90th birthday of poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a key figure in the literary scene of 1950s San Francisco and the development of the Beat movement.

Featuring new interviews and readings from Ferlinghetti himself, including from his most recent work, Poetry as Insurgent Art.

Celebrating the poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti

A celebration of the 90th birthday of poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a key figure in the literary scene of 1950s San Francisco and the development of the Beat movement.

Featuring new interviews and readings from Ferlinghetti himself, including from his most recent work, Poetry as Insurgent Art.

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A celebration of the 90th birthday of poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a key figure in the literary scene of 1950s San Francisco and the development of the Beat movement.

Featuring new interviews and readings from Ferlinghetti himself, including from his most recent work, Poetry as Insurgent Art.

Celebrating the poet, publisher and City Lights Bookstore co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti