Burroughs, William
(1914-97)
  refer to the entries on 'art' and 'post-structuralism + politics'.

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  • Burroughs, William — ► (n. 1914) Escritor estadounidense cuya obra literaria provocó un gran escándalo en la sociedad puritana de su país al reivindicar una sociedad menos convencional: Junkie, confesiones de un toxicómano no regenerado (1953), El almuerzo desnudo… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Burroughs, William —    см. Берроуз, Уильям …   Писатели США. Краткие творческие биографии

  • Burroughs, William — (1914 97)   refer to the entries on art and post structuralism + politics …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • Burroughs, William Seward — (1914–1997)    William S. Burroughs has been absolutely central to the history of Beat literature, and yet his position within the Beat Generation was paradoxical from the outset and has been revised significantly over time.    In relation to… …   Encyclopedia of Beat Literature

  • Burroughs, William S. — ▪ American writer in full  William Seward Burroughs  born February 5, 1914, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. died August 2, 1997, Lawrence, Kansas       American writer of experimental novels that evoke, in deliberately erratic prose, a nightmarish,… …   Universalium

  • Burroughs, William S(eward) — I born Feb. 5, 1914, St. Louis, Mo., U.S. died Aug. 2, 1997, Lawrence, Kan. U.S. novelist. The grandson of the inventor William S. Burroughs, he attended Harvard University and later became a member of the central group of the Beat movement. His… …   Universalium

  • Burroughs, William S(eward) — I (28 ene. 1855, Auburn, N.Y., EE.UU.–15 sep. 1898, Citronelle, Ala.). Inventor estadounidense. Desde los 15 años tuvo que mantenerse por sus propios medios. En 1885 construyó su primera máquina calculadora; aunque resultó ser comercialmente poco …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Burroughs, William Seward — ▪ 1998       American writer (b. Feb. 5, 1914, St. Louis, Mo. d. Aug. 2, 1997, Lawrence, Kan.), was the author of the notorious avant garde novel Naked Lunch (1959). After graduating from Harvard University in 1936, Burroughs moved to New York… …   Universalium

  • Burroughs, William S. — (1919–1997)    American writer and performer whose correspondence with Allen Ginsberg about ayahuasca or yagé was published as The Yagé Letters in 1963. This was 12 years after he traveled in South America to find a cure for his morphine… …   Historical dictionary of shamanism

  • Burroughs,William Seward — I. Burroughs1, William Seward. 1855 1898. American inventor who in the early 1890s designed and patented the first practical adding machine.   II. Burroughs2, William Seward. 1914 1997. American writer noted especially for Naked Lunch (1959), a… …   Universalium

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