Maggie Cassidy

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Deutsch, 1974 - Fiction - 155 pages
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A down-to-earth love story from Kerouac. - Goodreads
The prose was excellent. - Goodreads
The usual energetic writing from Kerouac. - Goodreads
I thought the ending was perfect. - Goodreads
He is a unique writer. - Goodreads
Jack remembers his childhood ending and d - Goodreads

Review: Maggie Cassidy (Duluoz Legend)

User Review  - Ashley Lambe - Goodreads

Interesting insight into Kerouac's pre stream of consciousness style of writing. Also, great to learn more about the background of Kerouac. More on adolescence and teenage years. Read full review

Review: Maggie Cassidy (Duluoz Legend)

User Review  - Danny Daley - Goodreads

The prose pops, moves, and glides along like a prize fighter, the style contrasted with the fact that the book is about love; albeit between kids in a rough part of Massachusetts. At points the story ... Read full review

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About the author (1974)

Jack Kerouac was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1922. His first novel, The Town and the City, was published in 1950. He considered all of his "true story novels," including On the Road, to be chapters of "one vast book," his autobiographical Legend of Duluoz. He died in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1969 at the age of forty-seven.

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