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Read Her AUTHOR Lawrence Ferlinghetti ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ To all those who have for several years sought to discredit the new American literature Lawrence Ferlinghetti has just dealt a most powerful blow wrote French critic Pierre Lepape in 1961 when Her was published in France as La uatrieme Personne du STo all those who have for several years sought to discredit the new American literature Lawrence Ferlinghetti has just dealt a most powerful blow wrote French critic Pierre Lepape in 1961 when Her was published in France as La uatrieme Personne du Singulier Calling it a masterpiece of the young American novel Lepape declared it. Yet I'm still somebody even if I'm nowhereI'm a painter in a shingle shack on a far spit at tide's end at nightfall trying to produce a world's face from the composite face of many people painting one long picture all my lifeThe message of my eyes was a tongue stopping her tongue my eyes were lips stopping her lips with kisses that were keys and this was but the start of it and I had another skeleton key lower down which I could insert in her keyhole to turn the love of her2 parts scream of consciousness Really beautiful work And sexy

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Novels of the young French school of Robbe Grillet and ButorBeing thus very far from the kind of novels produced by Ferlinghetti's immediate contemporaries whether Beat or academic this book has met with little but bafflement among American critics With well over 50000 now in print Her nevertheless continues to make its own way. ah Ferlinghetti the 60’s NYC Washington Suare Park David Peel and the Lower East Side St Marks and 2nd Avenue Cheetahs Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera The Beatles Jimi Hendrix Steve Paul’s The SceneAbbie Hoffman Suzie and I on East 53rd

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Her AUTHOR Lawrence FerlinghetWas the confirmation of a great American writer who in the hall of American literary glories takes the place left vacant by the death of Hemingway Lepape went on to speak of the incredible verbal virtuosity by which the reader is led through this laby reve and it is this image of the labyrinth dream which relates Her to the anti. I think this is one of the earliest books I bought and still have I can remember the smell of it I can remember a warm Summer day reading this at a picnic with my girlfriendThe distant strangeness of those fluid little run on sentencesand jumbly bumbly perceptions mmm