72 страниц. 2011 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing The Beats have long been associated with sidestepping feminism on their trek through revolutionizing American values. Critics cite misogynist language in both verbal and written declarations; however, Allen Ginsberg's poetry reveals a reversal of gender stereotypes suggesting something other than misogyny. Ultimately, he creates a masculine figure defined by qualities of the feminine "Other” by transforming traditional feminine imagery into phallicized imagery, by degrading male aspects of technology, and by placing male speakers and imagery in the passive role. Perhaps to the chagrin of the entire Beat generation, a new definition of the "Other" is now in play.