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- Jack Kerouac is a spirit embodied in words, in honesty, in art, in truth, in life.
- Jack Kerouac was the James Dean of the literary world.
- Jack Kerouac was the acknowledged leader and spokesman for the Beat Generation.
- In addition to the biography she has edited the Portable Beat Reader, and Jack Kerouac: Selected Letters, 1940-1956.
- Jack Kerouac's first published book was The Town and the City published in 1950 under the name John Kerouac.
- Jack Kerouac's writing career begins Jack Kerouac-s Novel The Town and the City is accepted by publisher Harcourt Brace.
- Jack Kerouac lived above this flower shop in Ozone Park.
- The band Rusted Root has a song called "Jack Kerouac" on their Live album.
- Features interviews with Jack Kerouac ranging from 1958 to 1969.
- He reads from three of his poems, including "Kaddish", and tells of his friendship with Jack Kerouac.
- An alcoholic, the forty-seven-year-old Jack Kerouac died in St. Petersburg, Florida, of an internal hemorrhage.
- When Carolyn met Neal he had just returned from his first New York visit where he had met Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg.
- It was while he was at Berkeley that Snyder met Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.
- There is also an online memorial to Allen Ginsberg, cofounder of the JACK KEROUAC School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University in 1974.
- Jack Kerouac Jack Kerouac 's life (1922-1969) is one of the most written-about of his generation.
- Jack Kerouac also plays leftfield for the Dharma Beats, a cosmic baseball team competing in the Overleague.
- Stephen Edington expands upon, and delves into, Jack Kerouac's contention that the Beat Generation was a religious generation.
- That, in fact, is what the whole beat generation is, if it's anything, prophets howling against an empty civilization." Jack Kerouac.
- This is a masterful film biography of the great American writer Jack Kerouac, who inspired and defined the Beat Generation.
- One day, in November 1955, Neal asked Jack Kerouac to "baby sit" Natalie while he went out.
- Ginsberg's tribute to Jack Kerouac, including letters by Neal Cassady.
- Burroughs, Neal Cassady, and Jack Kerouac, who including his father influenced him to become a poet.
- Jack Kerouac begins serious study of Buddhism at the San Jose, California Library while staying with Neal Cassady and his new wife, Carolyn.
- In an episode of the TV show 3rd Rock from the Sun, now that high school's over for him, Tommy wants to follow the lead of Jack Kerouac and hit the road.
- Jack Kerouac wrote about life on the road, and off the road.
- He was under the immense influence of William Carlos Williams and Jack Kerouac and attempted to speak with his own voice spontaneously.
- As a student at Columbia in the 1940s he struck up friendships with William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady.
- At Columbia, he fell in with a crowd that included writers Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, as well as Lucien Carr and Neal Cassaday.
- Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac helped Burroughs piece together the stream of consciousness fragments of prose (Kerouac is credited with the title).
- Through Lucien, Allen finally meets Edie's boyfriend, Jack Kerouac, of whom he's been hearing so much.
- His admiration for the writing of Jack Kerouac inspired him to take poetry more seriously.
- We get a two-minute look at Ginsberg and Bob Dylan visiting Jack Kerouac's grave, in Lowell.
- In 1983 Gerald Nicosia published Memory Babe a massive and detailed "critical" biography of Jack Kerouac.
- Corso appears as Yuri Gregorovic, the guy who steals Jack Kerouac's girlfriend in Kerouac's novel The Subterraneans.
- Snyder is perhaps most famous for influencing Jack Kerouac and the Beats and turning them on to Buddhism.
- Locke McCorkle Locke McCorkle was a carpenter who lived next to the house Jack Kerouac and Gary Snyder shared in Mill Valley.
- Jack Kerouac is best known through the image he put forth in his autobiographical novels.
- Jack Kerouac receives a $250 advance for his novel On The Road with Allen's urging to his friend, Carl Solomon, who was then working at Ace books.
- First Edition, by the daughter of Jack Kerouac, she writes about her adventures.
- When he left school Jack Kerouac took his first road trip, to Washington, D.C.
- March 12, 2005 was the first official celebration of Jack Kerouac Day throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- The book Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac is a lot like its title.
- Ray Smith is the first person narrator of DHARMA BUMS, a look alike for Jack Kerouac.
- He appears, in barely fictionalized form, as the character Warren Coughlin in Jack Kerouac 's The Dharma Bums, which includes an account of that reading.
- Ginsberg was also influenced by the jazzlike flow and immediacy of his friend Jack Kerouac's as-yet unpublished fiction.
- Jack Kerouac, author of On The Road, and writer of beautiful words typed out in the middle of the night about middle America.
- I always look for Jack Kerouac and the beats, Kurt Vonnegut, Tom Robbins, and Richard Brautigan, and will consider trades.
- Tom Clark's Jack Kerouac (1984) is an extremely thorough biography of the author's life, but is short on criticism of Kerouac's work.
- Last year, in 2003, Regina Weinreich edited and compiled, for the first time, a book of Jack Kerouacs haiku, entitled Book of Haikus.
- It was Jack Kerouac, in fact, who suggested the title of the book to Holmes.
- In 1948, Holmes had pressed Jack Kerouac to describe the unique qualities of his generation, and Kerouac invented the term 'Beat Generation' on the spot.
- Newsletter, Dedicated to Jack Kerouac, this issue contains articles on the Kerouac Commemorative, a tribute of John Clellon Holmes.
- Jack Kerouac uses the term "beat generation" (earlier tossed about by Herbert Huncke) in a conversation with John Clellon Holmes.
- It was through his friend David Kammerer that he met Jack Kerouac and his group of friends.
- Back in print, here is Jack Kerouac's story as recorded through the words of his friends and associates.
- Sam Charters lecture on Jack Kerouac and jazz at the Jack Kerouac conference, sponsored by the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
- Very Good + Thin paperback volume, with photos of Jack Kerouac's home town of Lowell, cover rubs.
- In the summer of 1964 Kesey met Jack Kerouac at a Prankster party in New York.
- He met Jack Kerouac through his friend Hal Chase, a friend who had moved from Denver to attend Columbia University.
- Jack Kerouac ( pronounced [d----k --k------w--k]) ( March 12, 1922 --- October 21, 1969) was an American novelist, writer, poet, and artist.
- More from Artist Biography information about Jack Kerouac © 2006 through a partnership of Answers Corporation.
- Jack Kerouac took himself seriously as a visual artist and on a number of occasions told friends he would have been a painter if he wasn-t a writer.
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