Jack Kerouac, prophet of the new romanticism: a critical study of the published works of Kerouac and a comparison of them to those of J. D. Salinger, James Purdy, John Knowles, and Ken Kesey

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Regents Press of Kansas, 1976 - Biography & Autobiography - 150 pages
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Explores the romantic vision and dominant themes of the novelist, focusing on his role as spokesman for the Beat generation and clarifying autobiographical and confessional aspects of his work

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Father Death and Mother Earth15
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The American Hero Quest29
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Accepting Lostness Forever45
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