Long Live Man Long live Man sings the poet Gregory Corso despite atom bombs and computers cold wars that get hot and togetherness that isn t too many cars and too little love and in these poems he celebrates the

  • Title: Long Live Man
  • Author: Gregory Corso Patti Smith
  • ISBN: 9780811200257
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Long live Man sings the poet Gregory Corso despite atom bombs and computers, cold wars that get hot and togetherness that isn t, too many cars and too little love and in these poems he celebrates the wonders and the laughs and griefs of being a man alive Whether he is musing on antic glories amid the ruins of the Acropolis or watching a New York child invent games on tLong live Man sings the poet Gregory Corso despite atom bombs and computers, cold wars that get hot and togetherness that isn t, too many cars and too little love and in these poems he celebrates the wonders and the laughs and griefs of being a man alive Whether he is musing on antic glories amid the ruins of the Acropolis or watching a New York child invent games on the city s sidewalks, Corso is there in it, putting us into it, with the magic of vision, with the senses awakening images, that transmute reality into something insights that let us share his joy and echo his shout of Long live Man

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    One thought on “Long Live Man”

    1. Wanted to give this 4 and a half stars but should dock off one star because a) Corso uses some esoteric references in some of the poem which makes them hard to understand and b) he uses some pretty hard (I believe antiquated or obsolete) vocabulary in his poems which leaves you reaching for the dictionary. Having said that, this is a very, very good book of poetry. I have been slowly working my way through Corso's work chronologically and he just gets better and better and better. Despite the us [...]

    2. Gregory Corso's "Long Live Man" was okay, and it did have a few poems I liked, but it didn't do much for me. I preferred his "Gasoline" collection much better.

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