GINSBERG, ALLEN. 1926-1997.
Small archive of letters and ephemera sent by Allen Ginsberg to Istvan Eorsi, Hungarian writer and poet and Ginsberg's translator. Including:
1. Fragment of an Autograph Letter Signed ("Allen"), 2 pp, 4to, [late 1980s or early 90s], presumably to Eorsi, discussing: his travel plans; a reprint of Kaddish to include "White Shroud" (also "Any love sex poems OK there's lots of them"); "the hippie revolution failed ... some strain of the beat poetic idealism seems to have survived"; the East German bureaucracy "conquered ... by blue Jeans & Rocknroll"; "I'm working on Glasnost U.S.A. next!"
2. Autograph Letter Signed ("Allen"), 1 p, 4to, [Boulder, CO], May 15, 1986, to Eorsi, on Naropa Institute stationery, regarding a Hungary trip.
3. Autograph Note Signed ("Allen"), 1 p, 12mo, September 28, 1990, to Eorsi, on a postcard, accompanying a xeroxed press release from PEN on censorship and remarking on its usefulness to Czech writers.
4. 7 further items, 2 secretarial typed letters with Ginsberg's autograph addenda, a contract with Eorsi with Ginsberg's autograph note, autograph note enclosing a newspaper article, 2 printed items signed, an autograph envelope.