Table of contents for The poem that changed America : "Howl" fifty years later / edited by Jason Shinder.

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Preface TK
Introduction TK
Facsimile draft of ¿Howl¿ [TK]
Vivian Gornick 		Wild At Heart
Mark Doty			Human Seraphm: ¿Howl,¿ Sex and Holiness
Amiri Baraka			¿Howl¿ and Hail
Marjorie Perloff		A Lost Battalion of Platonic Conversationalists: ¿Howl¿ 
				And the Language of Modernism
Bob Rosenthal 		A Witness
Andrei Cordrescu 		¿Howl¿ In Transylvania 
Talking Howl 1: Jack Kerouac, William Carlos Williams, Louis Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, M.L. Rosenthal, John Hollander, Judge Clayton Horn
Rick Moody			On the Granite Steps of the Madhouse with Shaven Heads
Sven Birkerts			Not Then, Not Now
Eileen Myles			¿who lit cigarettes in boxcars, boxcars, boxcars racketing 
					through snow/toward lonesome farms in grand-
					father nights¿
Gordon Ball			Wopbopgooglemop: ¿Howl¿ And its Influences		
Billy Collins 			My Howl
Alicia Ostriker 		The Poet As Jew: ¿Howl¿ Revisited 
Kurt Brown 			[title tk]
Philip Lopate			¿Howl¿ And Me
Talking Howl 2: James Dickey, Kenneth Rexroth, Kenneth Patchen, Donald Justice, Richard Eberhart, Anais Nin, Reed Whittemore, Czeslaw Milosz [tk]
Allen Ginsberg 		¿I¿ve Lived With and Enjoyed ¿Howl¿
Jane Kramer			The Best Mind
David Gates 			Welcoming Howl into The Cannon 
John Cage			Writing Through Howl
Eliot Katz			Radical Eyes: Political Poetics and ¿Howl¿
Talking Howl 3: Paul Zweig, Lewis Hyde, Bob Dylan [tk], Michael McClure, Vaclav Havel, Cynthia Ozick, Denise Levertov, Kurt Brown, Stanely Kunitz
Luc Sante			The Ballot for Eternity 
Robert Polito 			Holy The Fifth International 
Carol Muske Dukes		¿Howl¿ In and Out of Prison 	
Robert Pinsky 			No Picnic
Anne Waldman		Premises of Consciousness 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ginsberg, Allen, 1926- Howl.
National characteristics, American, in literature.
Social change -- United States -- History -- 20th century.