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" beat" are obscure, but the meaning is only too clear to most Americans. More than mere weariness, it implies the feeling of having been used, of being raw. It involves a sort of nakedness of mind, and, ultimately, of soul; a feeling of being reduced to... "
Main Ideas and Organization: Theme 6, Reading - Page 58
by National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project), Charles J. Gadway - 1973 - 139 pages
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Drawing Inferences: Theme 7, Reading

National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project), Charles J. Gadway - 1973 - 258 pages
...point of the poem: While the pathway to truth may be recognized by many, few choose to follow it. Head the paragraph and answer the question which follows...generation has done that continually from early youth.* Na.t'1 % Choosing What does the writer suggest when he mentions a Each Answer "fine, neglected novel"?...
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Reference Materials: Theme 4, Reading

Charles J. Gadway, National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project) - 1973 - 149 pages
...went through the last war, or at least could get a drink easily once it was over, seems to posses* a uniform, general quality which demands an adjective....that continually from early youth.* Nat'l % Choosing Each Answer Where would you MOST likely find this paragraph? In the encyclopedia In a collection of...
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Gleaning Significant Facts from Passages: Theme 5, Reading

Charles J. Gadway - 1973 - 238 pages
...be< More than used, of ss of mind, and, educed to the bedrock ultimately, of soul; a feeling of being of consciousness. In short, it means being undramatically...generation has done that continually from early youth . * Choosing "beat* are Each Answer 63.5 e"ยง> obscure. 21.0 CD clear to Americans. 6.5 CD attributed...
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This Is the Beat Generation: New York San Francisco Paris

James Campbell - 2001 - 356 pages
...down and wrote 'This Is the Beat Generation'. It appeared in the New York Times on 16 November 1952: A man is beat whenever he goes for broke and wagers...generation has done that continually from early youth. Its members have an instinctive individuality, needing no bohemianism or imposed eccentricity to express...
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The Rise of Selfishness in America

James Lincoln Collier - 2005 - 323 pages
...consciousness. In short, it means being undramatically pushed up against the wall of oneself. A man is best whenever he goes for broke and wagers the sum of his...the young generation has done that continually from youth."20 Kerouac offered a similar thought: The Beats "were like the man with the dungeon stone and...
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Ecstasy of the Beats: On the Road to Understanding

David Creighton - 2007 - 317 pages
...hot and cold, he said, were pushed to the limit: "A man is beat whenever he goes for broke, and wages the sum of his resources on a single number; and the young generation has done that continually since early youth." MIDTOWN A -L\.t the New York Public Library I acquire the yellow admittance slip...
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