Jacques Stern, Gregory Corso, Peter Orlovsky, unknown and Allen Ginsberg, St Tropez, May 1961. Stern, who Allen had met years before in Paris and a member of the wealthy Rothschild family, had invited them to stay with him after their visit to the Cannes film festival in early May. As the story goes, Corso and Stern were at each others' throats the whole visit, precipitating Stern's generous offer to sail them all to Tangier by the end of the month.
“On Hearing the Muezzin Cry Allah Akbar While Visiting the Pythian Oracle at Didyma Toward the End of the Second Millenium At sunset Apollo's columns echo with the bawl of the One God.”
— American Sentences