Daniel asked:

Why does the description of this book spend so much of it's tone being bitter about not being considered as important as other works from the Beats? It comes off like one of Corso's drunken rants about how he was cheated out of being more famous than Ginsberg or Kerouac or Burroughs.

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Sean Carlos
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Terry I must not have gotten to that part yet. Holmes is pretty up front and I don't think sulked over how things turned out. They read each others work and anyway it was their business and not ours.
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