Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men  

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Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men[1] (1958) was an anthology of 'Beat Generation' writings edited by Gene Feldman and Max Gartenberg, published by Citadel Press.

In some editions, the tagline reads: "rebels without a cause, they are shocked by nothing – defying society, conventions, the world, the ‘beatniks’ and the ‘Angries’ speak their minds".

It included work by

Other contributions are Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg (Howl), Anatole Broyard, R. V. Cassill, Clellon Holmes, "William Lee", Carl Solomon, Kingsley Amis, John Braine, J. P. Donleavy, George Scott and John Osborne.

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