Vagabond Antolog

Michaelee Hoffman Franz


In Bennet's anthology, The Vagabond the Bukowski influence
is indisputable. Bennet, himself, in fact, the publisher-editor
of Vagabond, is a poet who Charles Bukowski has a strong personal influence on. Fox's History of American Poetry sums it up:': . .
The big influence on America for better or worse - during the
whole period of the 1960's and 70's was Charles Bukowski. . .
The Beet Revolution heavily tipped poetry techniques in favor
of diction and subject populism (Ginsberg, Kerouac, Corso, Fer
linghetti) and Bukowski took it that one final step into the
streets so that it almost became anti-poetry. . ."


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Copyright (c) 1979 Michaelee Hoffman Franz

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