The son of Natalia Ginzburga novelist, and Leone Ginzburga philologist, historian, and literary critic, Carlo Ginzburg was born in in TurinItaly. His interest for history was influenced by the works of historians Delio Cantimori and Marc Bloch.
NEXT Howl appears to be a sprawling, disorganized poem. It consists of three sections.
Each of these sections is a prolonged "riff" on a single subject. You could even think of the poem as three enormous run-on sentences. The first section is by far the longest. In the first line of the first section, the speaker tells us that he has been a witness to the destruction of "the best minds" of his generation.
The rest of the section is a detailed description of these people — specifically, who they were and what they did.
Most lines begin with the word "who" followed by a verb. These are people "who did this, who did that," etc. We quickly learn that these "best minds" were not doctors, lawyers, and scientists.
They were not people whom most middle-class folks in the s would have identified with the best America had to offer. According to the speaker, they are drug users, drop outs, world travelers, bums, musicians, political dissidents, and, yes, poets.
If the key word of the first section was "who," the second section asks "What? Ginsberg provides the answer immediately: In the Hebrew Bible, Moloch was an idolatrous god to whom children were sacrificed by placing them in fire.
In other words, not a friendly god.
The speaker refers to this psychiatric hospital by the shorter and more evocative fictional name of "Rockland.Allen Ginsberg's Poetry study guide contains a biography of Allen Ginsberg, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
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Talking to America, in some ways, is just like talking to himself. That's not enough to let America off the hook, though. The speaker makes a sarcastic plea for poetic originality, and then an impassioned plea to free jailed union activists and other downtrodden folk.
In Ginsberg’s writing, disembodied rage and paranoia descend to new depths of horror, and social protest is transformed into a fanciful embroidery of artistry, pathological . "Howl", also known as "Howl for Carl Solomon", is a poem written by Allen Ginsberg in – and published in his collection Howl and Other Poems.
The poem is dedicated to Carl Solomon. Ginsberg began work on "Howl" in RBG, which premiered to rave reviews at Sundance, is an intimate portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life.