The Essential Kerouac

A collection of Jack Kerouac’s works of fiction including On the Road and The Dharma Bums plus his 30 Beliefs and Techniques For Writing Modern Prose

It has been a Beat Sunday! In the morning, I got Allen Ginsberg’s America translated in Meiteilon; and now we have Jack Kerouac, with ten of his most famous works in fiction, and a list of other works plus his 30 Beliefs and Techniques For Writing Modern Prose

















Keywords     Jack Kerouac, Beat Generation, William S Burroughs, Fiction, Novels, Novellas, The Sea Is My Brother (1942), The Town and the City (1950), On the Road (1957), The Subterraneans (1958), The Dharma Bums (1958), Doctor Sax (1959), Visions of Cody (1960), Big Sur (1962), Desolation Angels (1965), Satori in Paris (1966), modern prose, techniques, writing

More fiction from Kerouac   And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks (1945/2008; with William S. Burroughs), Maggie Cassidy (1959), Tristessa (1960), Book of Dreams (1960), Visions of Gerard (1963), Vanity of Duluoz (1968), Pic (1971), Orpheus Emerged (2002), Lonesome Traveler (1960)



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