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  1. On the Road, The Dharma Bums, The Subterraneans (Quality Paperback) by Jack Kerouac, 1993-01-01
  2. The Portable Jack Kerouac (Penguin Classics) by Jack Kerouac, 2007-08-28
  3. Dharma Bums by Helga Schneider, Jack Kerouac, 2004-11
  4. Subterranean Kerouac: The Hidden Life of Jack Kerouac by Ellis Amburn, 1999-10-05
  5. Jack Kerouac on the Road by Jack Kerouac, 1957
  6. Kerouac: Selected Letters: Volume 2: 1957-1969 by Jack Kerouac, 2000-11-01
  7. On the Road by Jack Kerouac, 1959-04-10
  8. Brother-Souls: John Clellon Holmes, Jack Kerouac, and the Beat Generation by Ann Charters, Samuel Charters, 2010-09-01
  9. Trip Trap by Jack Kerouac, Albert Saijo, et all 2001-01-01
  10. Conversations with Jack Kerouac (Literary Conversations Series)
  11. On the Road (25th Anniversary Edition) by Jack Kerouac, 1958-09-01
  12. Kerouac: His Life and Work by Paul Maher, 2007-05-25
  13. Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, The Beat Generation, And America by Dennis Mcnally, 1980-07-31
  14. Jack Kerouac's American Journey: The Real-Life Odyssey of On the Road by Paul Maher Jr., 2007-11-01

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62. Jack Kerouac Scroll, Jack Kerouac Ebooks, Jack Kerouac First Editions, Kerouac T
This is an article about the auctioning of Jack Kerouac s manuscript On the Road at Christies Auction House in NY.
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On the Road

by Jack Kerouac
The Scroll Of Jack Kerouac
This article was written by James Eimont Christies Auction House And the next item up for bid, ladies and gentleman, is sale # 9652- Lot 307." This is a common introduction heard on a regular basis at the world famous Christie's Auction House when they are about to auction off one of the many items up for bid. James Christie founded Christie's International Auction House in December of 1766. Mr. Christie was a London businessman who, according to the Christie's website, was "famed for his eloquence and humor" and "turned auctioneering into a sophisticated art form" attracting the attention of both the English aristocracy and even members of the Royal family themselves. Presently, Christie's has several auction houses located throughout the world including their newest house located in New York City's Rockefeller Center. Traditionally, they auction off fine wines, paintings and works of art. Advertisement:
On occasion, Christie's will deal with items that can be listed under the "Pop Culture" heading such as the recent series of Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis lots. The particular item in question, however, is not the usual painting, vase or other piece of artwork that they usually have in their collection. Item #9652 - Lot 307 is a rarely seen but much talked about piece of literary history that has inspired many budding writers to go on their own road, as it were, to find their own voice in the written world.

63. Kerouac On Technique
30 points on Kerouac s spontaneous prose writing method.
Jack Kerouac 1. Scribbled secret notebooks, and wild typewritten pages, for yr own joy
2. Submissive to everything, open, listening
3. Try never get drunk outside yr own house
4. Be in love with yr life
5. Something that you feel will find its own form
6. Be crazy dumbsaint of the mind
7. Blow as deep as you want to blow
8. Write what you want bottomless from bottom of the mind
9. The unspeakable visions of the individual
10. No time for poetry but exactly what is
11. Visionary tics shivering in the chest 12. In tranced fixation dreaming upon object before you 13. Remove literary, grammatical and syntactical inhibition 14. Like Proust be an old teahead of time 15. Telling the true story of the world in interior monolog 16. The jewel center of interest is the eye within the eye 17. Write in recollection and amazement for yourself 18. Work from pithy middle eye out, swimming in language sea 19. Accept loss forever 20. Believe in the holy contour of life 21. Struggle to sketch the flow that already exists intact in mind 22. Dont think of words when you stop but to see picture better

64. Ken Lopez Bookseller: KEROUAC, Jack - On The Road
NY, Viking, 1957. His second novel, the quintessential road novel and the book that defined the Beat generation. With its theme of two outcasts crossing the American
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65. Kerouac, Spontaneous Prose
Kerouac s explanation of the spontaneous prose method he invented.
Jack Kerouac
SET-UP The object is set before the mind, either in reality. as in sketching (before a landscape or teacup or old face) or is set in the memory wherein it becomes the sketching from memory of a definite image-object. PROCEDURE Time being of the essence in the purity of speech, sketching language is undisturbed flow from the mind of personal secret idea-words, blowing (as per jazz musician) on subject of image. METHOD No periods separating sentence-structures already arbitrarily riddled by false colons and timid usually needless commas-but the vigorous space dash separating rhetorical breathing (as jazz musician drawing breath between outblown phrases)"measured pauses which are the essentials of our speech""divisions of the sounds we hear"-"time and how to note it down." (William Carlos Williams) SCOPING Not "selectivity' Iof expression but following free deviation (association) of mind into limitless blow-on-subject seas of thought, swimming in sea of English with no discipline other than rhythms of rhetorical exhalation and expostulated statement, like a fist coming down on a table with each complete utterance, bang! (the space dash)-Blow as deep as you want-write as deeply, fish as far down as you want, satisfy yourself first, then reader cannot fail to receive telepathic shock and meaning-excitement by same laws operating in his own human mind. LAG IN PROCEDURE No pause to think of proper word but the infantile pileup of scatological buildup words till satisfaction is gained, which will turn out to be a great appending rhythm to a thought and be in accordance with Great Law of timing.

66. Kerouac Jack - Achat Et Vente Kerouac Jack Neuf Et D'occasion Sur PriceMinister
November 9, 1962. A $1000 check made out to Paul E. Blake husband of Kerouac's sister Caroline ( Nin ), and deposited to the account of Mr. or Mrs. Paul E. Blake. The check jack

67. From 'On The Road'
Nobody knows where Slim Gaillard is .
From ' On The Road ' by Jack Kerouac
'Nobody knows where Slim Gaillard is' Literary Kicks

68. Kerouac Jack - Albania | LinkedIn
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69. From 'On The Road'
Sal Paradise (Kerouac) tries to make his first cross-country trip alone, and doesn t get very far.
From ' On The Road ' by Jack Kerouac
'It was my dream that screwed up' (Here Sal Paradise (Kerouac) tries to make his first cross-country trip alone, and doesn't get very far.) back to Newburgh, which I accepted as a better alternative than being trapped in the Bear Mountain wilderness all night. "Besides," said the man, "there's no traffic passes through 6. If you want to go to Chicago you'd be better going across the Holland Tunnel in New York and head for Pittsburth," and I knew he was right. It was my dream that screwed up, the stupid hearthside idea that it would be wonderful to follow one great red line across America instead of trying various roads and routes. In Newburgh it had stopped raining. I walked down to the river and I had to ride back to New York in a bus with a delegation of schoolteachers coming back from a weekend in the mountains chatter chatter blah-blah, and me swearing for all the time and money I'd wasted, and telling myself, I wanted to go west and here I'd been all day and into the night going up and down, north and south, like something that can't get started. Literary Kicks

70. MySpace - Kerouac Jack - 23 - Male - NORFOLK, Virginia -
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71. From 'The Dharma Bums'
Ray Smith is trying to hop onto a freight train.
From ' The Dharma Bums ' by Jack Kerouac
'At dawn a little bird blessed me' (From Chapter 16: Ray Smith is trying to hop onto a freight train) But now I was three miles into the industrial jungle of L.A. in mad sick sniffling smog night and had to sleep all that night by a wire fence in a ditch by the tracks being waked up all night by rackets of Southern Pacific and Santa Fe switchers bellyaching around, till fog and clear of midnight when I breathed better (thinking and praying in my sack) but then more fog and smog again and horrible damp white cloud of dawn and my bag too hot to sleep in and outside too raw to stand, nothing but horror all night long, except at dawn a little bird blessed me. The only thing to do was to get out of L.A. According to my friend's instructions I stood on my head, using the wire fence to prevent me from falling over. It made my cold feel a little better. Then I walked to the bus station (through tracks and side streets) and caught a cheap bus twenty-five miles to Riverside. Cops kept looking at me suspiciously with that big bag on my back. Everything was far away from the easy purity of being with Japhy Ryder in that high rock camp under peaceful singing stars. Literary Kicks

72. The Dharma Bums - KEROUAC, Jack | Between The Covers Rare Books
First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper, with modest rubbing and one very short tear, but with none of the usual fading to the colored portions of the spine illustration.
Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info KEROUAC, Jack The Dharma Bums New York: Viking Press 1958. First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper, with modest rubbing and one very short tear, but with none of the usual fading to the colored portions of the spine illustration. Kerouac's follow-up to On the Road , a thinly-veiled account of his spiritual growth and friendship with poet Gary Snyder. A nice copy. [BTC #99426] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... KEROUAC, Jack The Subterraneans KEROUAC, Jack Excerpts from Visions of Cody ... KEROUAC, Jack Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Anthologies Aviation Children's Books Mysteries ... Home Is the Hunter ORIG. $75.00 SALE $52.50 On Collecting... Views, anecdotes and insights into the world of antiquarian books by the BTC staff and distinguished guests. Just Added Book Catalogs Galore The Bookshop in Old New Castle Bookselling in Hard Times: "Will work for rare books" The Between the Covers Blog ... Organized Labor Goes Feline Introductory Articles What the hell kind of website is this anyway?

73. From 'The Dharma Bums'
Ray Smith and Japhy Ryder are on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley.
From ' The Dharma Bums ' by Jack Kerouac
'The origin of faceless wonderless crapulous civilization' (From Chapter 6: Ray Smith and Japhy Ryder are on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley) (NOTE : Thanks to somebody from who first posted this quote a while ago, giving me the idea to include it here. For another cool quote along the same lines, check out this passage from a novel by Michael McClure Literary Kicks

74. Kerouac, Jack Quote - I Don't Know, I Don't Care, And It Doesn't Make Any Differ
Famous quote by Kerouac, Jack I don't know, I don't care, and it doesn't make any difference! on Quotations Book

75. From 'The Dharma Bums'
Japhy Ryder and Ray Smith are camping out after a day of mountain climbing.
From ' The Dharma Bums ' by Jack Kerouac
'There's nothing wrong with you Ray' (From Chapter 9: Japhy Ryder and Ray Smith are camping out after a day of mountain climbing) So we unpacked our packs and laid things out and smoked and had a good time. Now the mountains were getting that pink tinge, I mean the rocks, they were just solid rock covered with the atoms of dust accumulated there since beginningless time. In fact I was afraid of those jagged monstrosities all around and over our heads. 'They're so silent!' I said. 'Now you understand the Oriental passion for tea,' said Japhy. 'Remember that book I told you about the first sip is joy the second is gladness, the third is serenity, the fourth is madness, the fifth is ecstasy.' 'Just about old buddy.' The rock we were camped against was a marvel. It was thirty feet high and thirty feet at base, a perfect square almost, and twisted trees arched over it u and peeked down on us. From the base it went outward, forming a concave, so if rain came we'd be partially covered. 'How did this immense sonumbitch ever get here?' 'It probably was left here by the retreating glacier. See over there that field of snow?'

76. Jack Kerouac Criticism
Kerouac, Jack Introduction INTRODUCTION. Kerouac was the key figure of the artistic and cultural phenomenon of

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79. Jack Kerouac
Biographie, bibliographie, iconographie d un des repr sentants de la beat generation..
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Biographie Allen Ginsberg William S. Burroughs Avant la route, Son ouvrage majeur reste Sur la route (Editions Gallimard) Sur la Route La Beat Generation Allen Ginsberg Ginsberg ) et William Burroughs Le mot "beat" désignait depuis le XIXème siècle un vagabond du rail voyageant clandestinement à bord des wagons de marchandises. Peu à peu ce mot a pris le sens que lui ont donné les jazzmen noirs, "beat" en vint à signifier une manière de traverser la vie. Etre beat devint être foutu, à bout de souffle, exténué. En septembre 1957, "Sur La Route" trouva enfin un éditeur (Sur la route a été écrit entre 1949 et 1952). Du jour au lendemain, l'Amérique fut pleine de beatnicks, c'est-à-dire, dans l'image de la grande presse, d'adolescents déguisés en clochards crasseux, cheveux longs et nu-pieds, trouvant des extases mystiques au fond de piaules grouillantes de cancrelats.

80. HJack Kerouac
Pr sentation, biographie et bibliographie.
par Thierry Mertenat, journaliste RP
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Sur la Route
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