Sexual Difference or Desire or Queer in Ginsberg
“. . . angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night” (1).
“One time I thought she was trying to make me come lay her—flirting to herself at sink— lay back on huge bed that filled most of the room, dress up round her hips” (50).
Drawing upon relevant ideas from chapter 20 (“Sexual Difference”), or 23 (“Desire”), or 24 (“Queer”) from Bennett and Royle’s book, discuss representations of sexual difference or desire or queerness in relation to any two Ginsberg poems that we have studied this semester.