October 21, 2010
Bosom Buddies: James Franco as Allen Ginsberg (left) and Aaron Tveit as Peter Orlovsky push the boundaries of censorship, and public and personal expression as forward-thinking poets in Howl.
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A hallucinatory three part epic poem haunted by images of “angelheaded hipsters” and graphic homosexual acts, Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” broke some of poetry’s established conventions when it was published in 1956. Inspired by the poem, ...