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Season 115 - Day 10 of 14
Which primary figure of the Beat Generation (1914-1997) was described by J. G. Ballard as ‘the most important writer to emerge since the Second World War’ and by Norman Mailer as ‘the only American writer who may be conceivably possessed by genius’?
In 1951, the artist killed his second wife, Joan Vollmer in Mexico City. When he returned to the United states, he was convicted of manslaughter and received a two-year suspended sentence.
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