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Rocking and Rolling: The Leftist Way
Color and music and poetry have a long history of communication in literature, In the 1950's, the "Beat Generation" poets discovered the novels of Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg, and began frequenting and performing in intimate European style coffee shops and jazz cafes in New York. Greenwich Village in Manhattan evolved into a haven for poets in the 1960's, like Bob Dylan, whose protest songs were influenced by Kerouac.

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