Konversations with Kerouac: The Search for Beat and It from Kazakhstan

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WingSpan Publishing, 2008 - Travel - 108 pages
American literary sage Jack Kerouac awakened the wanderlust of a generation. Over 50 years later, the search for "beat" and "it" lives on. From Kazakhstan, Rod Burke found Kerouac's spirit alive and well. In the middle of nowhere, through stifling summers, subzero winters, bloodthirsty mosquitoes and complete chaos.everything he was looking for.was always there inside himself. That is beat.

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