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DOCTOR SAX: Faust Part Three By Jack Kerouac
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THE NOVEL BEGINS with Jackie Duluoz, based on Kerouac himself, relating a dream in which he finds himself in Lowell, Massachusetts, his childhood home town. Prompted by this dream, he recollects the... More > story of his childhood of warm browns and sepia tones, along with his shrouded childhood fantasies, which have become inextricable from the memories. The fantasies pertain to a castle in Lowell atop a muted green hill that Jackie calls Snake Hill. Underneath the misty grey castle, the Great World Snake sleeps. Various vampires, monsters, gnomes, werewolves, and dark magicians from all over the world gather to the mansion with the intention of awakening the Snake so that it will devour the entire world< Less
DOCTOR SAX: Faust Part Three By Jack Kerouac
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THE NOVEL BEGINS with Jackie Duluoz, based on Kerouac himself, relating a dream in which he finds himself in Lowell, Massachusetts, his childhood home town. Prompted by this dream, he recollects the... More > story of his childhood of warm browns and sepia tones, along with his shrouded childhood fantasies, which have become inextricable from the memories. The fantasies pertain to a castle in Lowell atop a muted green hill that Jackie calls Snake Hill. Underneath the misty grey castle, the Great World Snake sleeps. Various vampires, monsters, gnomes, werewolves, and dark magicians from all over the world gather to the mansion with the intention of awakening the Snake so that it will devour the entire world< Less
"...we had longer ways to go, but no matter, the road is life" By Jack Kerouac
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Wake up, transform, boil water and brew some coffee. Dice up some fruit and it's breakfast for two.
Jack Kerouac's Confession By Robert O'Brian
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Jack Kerouac’s Confession chronicles the journey of a burnt-out poet-journalist whose descent into madness and desperation is interrupted when he re-discovers a long-forgotten connection with... More > the young Jack Kerouac. The reader is taken on a riveting road trip of white-hot passion, betrayal and near-death, leading finally to Lowell, Massachusetts, Kerouac’s hometown, where the poet hears Jack Kerouac’s confession and learns the world’s greatest secret.< Less
Monterey Jack Kerouac By Joydacious Love2lila
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This is a collection of prose and stories inspired by life and by various treasured photos and artwork. Joydacious Love2lila lives in the Monterey Bay and works at CSUMB in California.
Monterey Jack Kerouac By Joydacious Love2lila
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This is a collection of prose and stories inspired by life and by various treasured photos and artwork. Joydacious Love2lila lives in the Monterey Bay and works at CSUMB in California.
Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac By Paul Maher Jr.
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Empty Phantoms: Collected Interviews with Jack Kerouac gathers together, for the first time in one volume, all known printed, recorded, and filmed interviews—including those celebrated,... More > infamous, or obscure—with the acclaimed American writer and father of the Beats, Jack Kerouac. In many instances, the interviews are transcribed from original tapes and are either unabridged, like the famous "Paris Review" interview in which the journal was excised for space constraints, or unexpurgated, such as in the infamous Northport Library interview, which had been edited to avoid issues of libel and charges of anti-Semitism. Editor Paul Maher, one of the leading young lions of Kerouac scholarship, has scoured newspapers to glean interviews unseen for decades. Beyond his own works, this living portrait of Kerouac isn't available anywhere else.< Less
The Role of Jack Kerouac’s Identity in the Development of his Poetics By Stefano Maffina
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This work revolves round the analysis of Jack Kerouac's complex identity and his main artistic inspirations. Even though the writer was born in Lowell, MA, he was raised in a Franco-American family... More > with strong bonds with the Québec region. The resultant split identity led to deep existential doubts that Kerouac was never able to overcome. However, the awareness of his cultural dichotomy proved extremely important for his own work. Indeed, the Beat author was able to reach an original poetics which was inspired by both American and French writers. Despite Kerouac's innovative style and writing method, an analysis of the artists who influenced his work could help contextualize and better understand his literary and linguistic genius.< Less
Kerouc Dreams, Kerouac Visions By R. Bremner
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Original Beat poems inspired by, you guessed it, dreams and visions of Jack Kerouac.
Burning Furiously Beautiful: The True Story of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" By Stephanie Nikolopoulos, Paul Maher Jr.
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Fueled by coffee and pea soup, Jack Kerouac speed-typed "On the Road" in just three weeks in April 1951. He’d been traveling America for the past ten years and now, at last, the... More > furious energy of his experiences flowed through his fingertips in a mad rush, pealing forth on a makeshift scroll that he laboriously taped together. The "On the Road scroll" has since become literary legend, and now "Burning Furiously Beautiful" sets the record straight, uncovering, among other things, the true story behind one of America’s greatest novels. "Burning Furiously Beautiful" explores the real lives of the key characters of the novel. Ride along on the real-life adventures through 1940s America that inspired "On the Road." By tracing the evolution of Kerouac’s literary development and revealing his startlingly original writing style, this book explains how it took years—not weeks—to ultimately write the seemingly sporadic 1957 novel, "On the Road."< Less