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Book Title: Tanrısal|
The author of the book: Richard Hell
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Date of issue: May 2014
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Beat Generation'dan BIank Generation'a Punk Şair Richard Hell'den bir roman-şiir.
Richard Hell'in kerameti sadece, New York Punk sahnesinin kült peygamberi konumuna yükselmesi değil, son 30 yılın John Cooper Clarke, Patti Smith ile birlikte en önemli punk şair-ozanlarından biri olması diyebiliriz.
Hell, 1977'de ortalığı kasıp kavuran BIank Generation marşını yayımladığında aynı zamanda yeraltı gençliğine yeni bir müzik de sunuyordu. Television olarak Marguee Moon ise bilinen 3 akorlu punk kalıplarını çoktan kırmıştı. Ekibiyle birlikte punk'ın magazinel ve sansasyonel bir sostan ibaret olmadığını cümle aleme göstermişti.
Verlaine - Rimbaud aşkının punk re-mix''i.
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Read information about the authorBorn in 1949, Richard Meyers was shipped off to a private school for troublesome kids in Delaware, which is where he met Tom (Verlaine) Miller. Together they ran away, trying to hitchhike to Florida, but only made it as far as Alabama before being picked up by the authorities. Meyers persuaded his mother to allow him to go to New York, where he worked in a secondhand bookshop (the Strand; later he was employed at Cinemabilia along with Patti Smith) and tried to become a writer.
He arrived in the Big Apple at the tail end of the hippie scene. He took acid (and later heroin), but sought to develop a different sensibility in the manner of what he later referred to as 'twisted French aestheticism', i.e. more Arthur Rimbaud than Rolling Stones. He printed a poetry magazine (Genesis: Grasp) and when Miller dropped out of college and joined him in New York, they developed a joint alter ego whom they named Teresa Stern. Under this name they published a book of poems entitled Wanna Go Out?. This slim volume went almost unnoticed. It was at this point that Meyers and Miller decided to form a band. They changed their names to Hell and Verlaine, and called the band The Neon Boys.
During this hiatus, Hell wrote The Voidoid (1973), a rambling confessional. He wrote it in a 16 dollar-a-week room, fuelled by cheap wine and cough syrup that contained codeine. He then played in various successful bands: Television, Richard Hell and The Voidoids.
Hell recently returned to fiction with his 1996 novel Go Now.
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