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Howl is a 1956 poem by Allen Ginsberg.
Howl may also refer to:
- Howl (Beware of Darkness EP), 2012
- Howl (album), 2005 album by the band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
- Howl (Howl EP), a 2008 EP by American metal band Howl
- "Howl" (song), a song by Beware of Darkness
- "Howl", 2009 song by Florence and the Machine from the album Lungs
- "Howl", a track from The Gaslight Anthem's 2012 album, Handwritten
- Howl (Norwegian band), Norwegian rock band
- Howl (American band), American metal band
- Howl, former name of Australian punk band Hunting Grounds
- Howl, in the List of animal sounds
- The Howl, a 1970 Italian film
- Howl (2010 film), a 2010 American arthouse film by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, and starring James Franco as Allen Ginsberg
- Howl (2015 film), a 2015 independent British horror film about werewolves attacking a train
- Wizard Howl, fictional character in the 1986 novel Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones
- Howl, the magazine of the Hunt Saboteurs Association, Britain
- Howl and Other Poems, the collection of poetry by Allen Ginsberg containing "Howl"
- Howling (disambiguation)
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