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He vigorously opposed militarism, economic materialism and sexual repression and was known as embodying various aspects of this counterculture, such as his views on drugs, hostility to bureaucracy and openness to Eastern religions.

He was one of many influential American writers of his time known as the Beat Generation, which included famous writers such as Jack Kerouac and William S. Ginsberg is best known for his poem "Howl", in which he denounced what he saw as the destructive forces of capitalism and conformity in the United States. "Howl" reflected Ginsberg's own homosexuality and his relationships with a number of men, including Peter Orlovsky, his lifelong partner.

For example, "Pilgrim State, Rockland, and Grey Stone's foetid halls" is a reference to institutions frequented by his mother and Carl Solomon, ostensibly the subject of the poem: Pilgrim State Hospital and Rockland State Hospital in New York and Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in New Jersey.

Ginsberg received a letter from his mother after her death responding to a copy of "Howl" he had sent her.

In their first meeting at the Pony Stable, Corso showed Ginsberg a poem about a woman who lived across the street from him and sunbathed naked in the window.

Amazingly, the woman happened to be Ginsberg's girlfriend that he was living with during one of his forays into heterosexuality. There the woman proposed sex with Corso, who was still very young and fled in fear.

While at Columbia, Ginsberg contributed to the Columbia Review literary journal, the Jester humor magazine, won the Woodberry Poetry Prize, served as president of the Philolexian Society (literary and debate group), and joined Boar's Head Society (poetry society).Ginsberg later said that his mother "made up bedtime stories that all went something like: 'The good king rode forth from his castle, saw the suffering workers and healed them.'" Of his father Ginsberg said "My father would go around the house either reciting Emily Dickinson and Longfellow under his breath or attacking T. Eliot for ruining poetry with his 'obscurantism.' I grew suspicious of both sides." Naomi Ginsberg's mental illness often manifested as paranoid delusions.She would claim, for example, that the president had implanted listening devices in their home and that her mother-in-law was trying to kill her.at a time when sodomy laws made homosexual acts a crime in every U. Ginsberg was a practicing Buddhist who studied Eastern religious disciplines extensively.He lived modestly, buying his clothing in second-hand stores and residing in downscale apartments in New York's East Village.

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