SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
CREATED ON 23rd March 2016
COMPLETED ON 28th March 2016
Expert hired: SteveHarvard

Ginsberg's Howl, and the influence of Madness on Creativity

This is a research paper that is looking at Ginsberg's poem Howl, and how it criticized society at the time. I kind of would like the paper to start broad, with like a bio on Ginsberg, then narrow the scope towards the poem, and then have the end broaden the picture to see how this poem may have influenced others (during and after the BEAT generation)
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