William Burroughs

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Namibia Economist
Sizzlingas Nina Simone). When Ms Smart-Grosvenor was 18, she boarded a boat for Paris,
Sizzling
Namibia Economist / Posted 2 days ago
as Nina Simone). When Ms Smart-Grosvenor was 18, she boarded a boat for Paris, where she fell in with expatriate Beats: William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, James Baldwin and a painter named Robert Grosvenor, whom she married (they... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Th Big Read: The ghosts in the bottlesup in Lawrence, Kansas, working as a manual labourer in a plastics factory, bec
Th Big Read: The ghosts in the bottles
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 9 days ago
up in Lawrence, Kansas, working as a manual labourer in a plastics factory, becoming drinking buddies with his neighbour William Burroughs. Harvey had no special intellectual gifts, he wasn't a man of greatness, but he had greatness in a jar in... Read more
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The Age
Victorian Opera enchants with fables and fairy taleswith a co-production with the Malthouse Theatre of The Black Rider: The Casting
Victorian Opera enchants with fables and fairy tales
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
with a co-production with the Malthouse Theatre of The Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets, by Tom Waits and William Burroughs. This will be staged at the Malthouse in September and October, and reunites Meow Meow with tenor Kanen... Read more
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Pitchfork
Steve Buscemi / Elliott Sharp: Rub Out the Word Album ReviewDespite his unassailable stature as a literary giant, modernist trailblazer, an
Steve Buscemi / Elliott Sharp: Rub Out the Word Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 13 days ago
Despite his unassailable stature as a literary giant, modernist trailblazer, and fringe icon, we continue to sell William Burroughs short by the way we remember him. The late author is celebrated for his unparalleled ability to disfigure the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
John Waters' 'Multiple Maniacs': perverted, sacrilegious and looking better than everthought were brilliant. We watched all those kinds of films, and we read books
John Waters' 'Multiple Maniacs': perverted, sacrilegious and looking better than ever
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 days ago
thought were brilliant. We watched all those kinds of films, and we read books that we shouldn't have read, Nietzsche and William Burroughs and all that." 'Multiple Maniacs' contains scenes that were anything but standard cinematic fare – the... Read more

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