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In 'The Beats - A Graphic History', those who were mad to live have come back to life through artwork. Told by Harvey Pekar, Ed Piskor, and a range of artists and writers, including Trina Robbins and Peter Kuper, 'The Beats' takes the readers on a tour of a generation that, in the face of mainstream American conformity and conservatism, became known for its determined uprootedness, aggressive addictions, and startling creativity and experimentation. What began among a small circle of friends in New York and San Francisco during the late 1940s and early 1950s laid the groundwork for a literary explosion, and this anthology captures the storied era in its incarnations - from the Benzedrine-fueled antics of Kerouac, Ginsberg, and Burroughs to the painting sessions of Jay DeFeo's disheveled studio, from the jazz hipsters to the beatnik chicks, from Chicago's College of Complexes to San Francisco's famed City Lights bookstore. Snapshots of lesser-known poets and writers sit alongside looks at the Beats' most recognizable faces.