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|Notes:||"First published in the United States of America by the Viking Press, 1958"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||244 pages ; 20 cm|
"In [<i>On the Road</i>] Kerouac's heroes were sensation seekers; now they are seekers after truth . . . the novel often attains a beautiful dignity, and builds towards a moving climax."<b>--
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Revealing another world... one that is possible
Nothing described in Kerouac's masterpiece is either particularly shocking, nor far-fetched. The world he envisions in which people can get up and leave all the problems capitalist living has handed them is the same world we live in. Abandoning the need for expensive applicances and large homes and...
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