Doctor Sax. by Jack. Kerouac

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Outlandish and visionary, it remains a powerful evocation of the exuberant iconoclasm of the Beat Generation.
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“Kerouac dreams of America in the authentic rolling rhythms of a Whitman or a Thomas Wolfe, drunk with eagerness for life.”—John K. Hutchens
 

About Jack. Kerouac

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Kerouac was discharged from the navy with a personality problem, where he had served as a merchant seaman. His first novel was The Town and the City (1950).
 
Published December 1, 2007 by Grove Press. 258 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Arts & Photography. Fiction
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Reviewed by Lettie Ransley on Jul 07 2012

Outlandish and visionary, it remains a powerful evocation of the exuberant iconoclasm of the Beat Generation.

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