Rexroth begins 00:03:32. High amount of hiss throughout Part 2.
This recording features Kenneth Rexroth, the San Francisco poet known as the “Godfather of the Beats,” and one of the most prominent American poets of the mid-century period. During the late 1950s Rexroth was extremely active in hosting and participating in poetry readings in both northern and southern California.
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Creator: Weisburd, Mel
Los Angeles (Calif.)
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