|dc.title||Howl, and other poems|
|dc.creator||Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997|
|dc.subject||Political poetry, American; Beat generation–Poetry; Homosexuality||LCSH|
|dc.description||“Howl” is a poem written by Allen Ginsberg in 1955, published as part of his 1956 collection of poetry titled Howl and Other Poems, and dedicated to Carl Solomon. Poems include: Howl — Footnote To Howl — A Supermarket in California — Transcription of Organ Music — Sunflower Sutra — America — In the Baggage Room at Greyhound ; Earlier Poems: An Asphodel — Song — Wild Orphan — In Back of the Real.|
|dc.publisher||City Lights Books|
|dc.format||Paperback book; 44 pages; 16 cm|
|dc.relation||Howl and Other Poems by Allen Ginsberg; originally published by City Lights Books; San Francisco: 1956.|
Ginsberg’s famous poems were criticized for their depiction of madness, sexuality, and political protest, among other reasons. Lawrence Ferlinghetti, of City Lights Books, was arrested and charged with publishing and selling obscene literature. He was found not guilty.