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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joan_VollmerJoan Vollmer - Wikipedia

    Joan Vollmer (February 4, 1923 – September 6, 1951) [2] was an influential participant in the early Beat Generation circle. While a student at Barnard College, she became the roommate of Edie Parker (later married to Jack Kerouac ). Their apartment became a gathering place for the Beats during the 1940s, where Vollmer was often at the center ...

  2. 21 de jan. de 2021 · By Marco Margaritoff | Edited By Leah Silverman. Published January 21, 2021. Updated May 21, 2023. Joan Vollmer opened her New York City home to the raucous Beats — and was ultimately shot in the head by one of the movement’s most influential writers, her common-law husband William S. Burroughs.

  3. Não existe método doce para dizer o que vou dizer, então passemos aos fatos: William Burroughs matou a sua própria mulher, Joan Vollmer. E sequer foi preso pelo assassinato, que aconteceu no México, em 1951, quando os dois cultivavam uma plantação de maconha e recebiam visitas inesperadas de escritores da geração beat.

  4. 25 de abr. de 2022 · By Katie Bennett. April 25, 2022. After William Burroughs killed his wife Joan Vollmer, he threw away all her possessions. Their son, Bill Jr., never saw a photograph of her. When Bill Jr. was 32, he begged his father to send him a photo but he didn’t. Allen Ginsberg tried to show him a photo of her dead face, though. Several times.

    • Katie Bennett
  5. 1 de out. de 2020 · Joan Vollmer — Credit: Wiki A Bullet to the Forehead. On September 6, 1951, Burroughs and Vollmer were at home in their Mexico City apartment. They were partying with two neighbors.

    • Samuel Sullivan
  6. Pop­u­lar cul­ture knows William S. Bur­roughs pri­mar­i­ly for three of the things he did in life: using drugs, writ­ing Naked Lunch, and killing his wife. If pop­u­lar cul­ture remem­bers that wife, Joan Vollmer, it most­ly remem­bers her for the man­ner of her death: shot, they say, as a result of Bur­roughs’ drunk­en imi ...

  7. 8 de set. de 2009 · A blog post that pays tribute to the life and legacy of Joan Vollmer, the first wife of William S. Burroughs, who died on September 6, 1951. It includes links to two essays by James Grauerholz and Jed Birmingham that explore the significance of her role in the Beat movement and the William Tell act.