This character is desperate and confused. One minute this person wants nothing more than solitude, while the next, just the thought of being away from friends and the liveliness of the city is too much to bear.
This character, a pouty-lipped Jewish person with glasses, dark hair and bushy beard, becomes famous for the poem "Howl".
A poet with a touch of hyperactivity, this person yells instead of speaking and makes wild hand gestures in order to get a point across.
This character is tall and handsome, with rugged features. Unlike most of the other poets, he is married with three children.
This character is the owner of a house in the San Francisco ghetto, the place where the group regularly takes refuge.
The spouse of a poet with she has three children, this character often...
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