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The Place of Dead RoadsOliver Harrisis a professor in literature and film in the School of American Studies at Keele University He is the editor ofThe Letters of William S BurroughsPenguin and the th anniversary edition ofJunkyPenguinIn January William Burroughs began a seven month expedition into the jungles of South America ostensibly to find yage the fabled hallucinogen of the But Burroughs also cast his anthropological satiric eye over the local regimes to record trademark vignettes of political and psychic malaise From the notebooks he kept and the letters he wrote home to Allen Ginsberg Burroughs composed a narrative of his adventures that appeared ten years later as In Search of Yage withinThe Yage LettersThat book published by City Lights in was completed by the addition of Ginsbergs account of his own experiences with yage as he traveled through South America in and by the addition of other Burroughs letters and textsFor this new edition Burroughs scholar Oliver Harris has gone back to the original manuscripts to untangle the history of the text telling the fascinating story of its genesis and cultural importance in his wide ranging introduction Also included in this edition are extensive materials never before published by both Burroughs and Ginsberg that shed new light on their adventures in exploration and writingA complete understanding of the literary legacy of William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg is impossible without reading this amazing collection of letters and documents centered on yage the fabled hallucinogen of the These crucial texts go beyond simple curiosity about mind changing drugs to set the foundation of what would later become a literary movement that changed American literatureBloomsbury ReviewBurroughs' book about his search for the 'ultimate fix'The Yage Letters possesses an eually strange and secret history Published in but written a decade earlier it has long been seen as a fascinating curio in the Burroughs canon yet a new edition of the book edited by Oliver Harris places it centrally in the list of key Burroughs texts The Yage Lettersmarks the point when Burroughs moved full time into his own fully realised universeThe Independent UKWilliam Burroughsis widely recognized as one of the most influential and innovative writers of the twentieth century His books includeJunkyNaked LunchueerThe Wild BoysandThe Place of Dead RoadsOliver Harrisis a professor in literature and film in the School of American Studies at Keele.

yage epub letters free redux kindle The Yage pdf The Yage Letters Redux ePUBThe Place of Dead RoadsOliver Harrisis a professor in literature and film in the School of American Studies at Keele University He is the editor ofThe Letters of William S BurroughsPenguin and the th anniversary edition ofJunkyPenguinIn January William Burroughs began a seven month expedition into the jungles of South America ostensibly to find yage the fabled hallucinogen of the But Burroughs also cast his anthropological satiric eye over the local regimes to record trademark vignettes of political and psychic malaise From the notebooks he kept and the letters he wrote home to Allen Ginsberg Burroughs composed a narrative of his adventures that appeared ten years later as In Search of Yage withinThe Yage LettersThat book published by City Lights in was completed by the addition of Ginsbergs account of his own experiences with yage as he traveled through South America in and by the addition of other Burroughs letters and textsFor this new edition Burroughs scholar Oliver Harris has gone back to the original manuscripts to untangle the history of the text telling the fascinating story of its genesis and cultural importance in his wide ranging introduction Also included in this edition are extensive materials never before published by both Burroughs and Ginsberg that shed new light on their adventures in exploration and writingA complete understanding of the literary legacy of William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg is impossible without reading this amazing collection of letters and documents centered on yage the fabled hallucinogen of the These crucial texts go beyond simple curiosity about mind changing drugs to set the foundation of what would later become a literary movement that changed American literatureBloomsbury ReviewBurroughs' book about his search for the 'ultimate fix'The Yage Letters possesses an eually strange and secret history Published in but written a decade earlier it has long been seen as a fascinating curio in the Burroughs canon yet a new edition of the book edited by Oliver Harris places it centrally in the list of key Burroughs texts The Yage Lettersmarks the point when Burroughs moved full time into his own fully realised universeThe Independent UKWilliam Burroughsis widely recognized as one of the most influential and innovative writers of the twentieth century His books includeJunkyNaked LunchueerThe Wild BoysandThe Place of Dead RoadsOliver Harrisis a professor in literature and film in the School of American Studies at Keele.

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