Allen Ginsberg’s “The Howl” and “Kaddish”. Translated by Dmitri Manin
Allen Ginsberg's "The Howl" and "Kaddish". Translated by Dmitri Manin
by Allen Ginsberg. Dmitry Manin (translator)

Аллен Гинзберг — икона бит-движения, поэт-визионер, чьи вызывающе смелые стихотворения неизменно производили эффект разорвавшейся бомбы, возмущая филистеров и восхищая хипстеров, изгоев и бунтарей. Экстатический «Вопль» и исповедальный «Кадиш» — поэтические сборники, прославившие Гинзберга и обеспечившие ему место в пантеоне контркультуры, — впервые публикуются на русском языке полностью в новом переводе Дмитрия Манина.
Вступительная статья и комментарии к сборнику подготовлены философом и исследователем литературы Дмитрием Хаустовым.

Издание создавалось в сотрудничестве с фондом Аллена Гинзберга (Allen Ginsberg Estate).

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