Night Driving: Invention of the Wheel & Other Blues : a Memoir
"More Kerouac than Kerouac" is just one of the phrases used to describe the life and writing of Dick Dorworth.Featuring the legendary 1975 "Mountain Gazette #30" piece, Night Driving, published in its entirety along with six other poignant tales of adventure, observation and deep reflection about mountains, life and society from the Godfather of the modern road trip: Dick Dorworth.
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Foreword by Jack Turner
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