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To Mrs. Saville, England. Petersburgh, Dec. You will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement Victor Frankenstein — scientist who designs a living creature from human remains. Mary Shelley.
Macmillan Readers. Elementary Level — British English. I looked at the huge body. Moreover, their myth has been adapted, especially in popular music, so well that it has rendered a lot of their actual work trivial, especially the lesser Beats in terms of talent , eg.
Nobody needs to read On the Road anymore, and all it's going to do is perpetuate some pretty idiotic notions we already have enough of, and lead to a lot of ripoffs of ripoffs of Whitman thinking their poetry is important and crowding bars I don't want to have to see them at.
Just look at contemporary literature, the voices we have, the stuff that's selling well on the literary market. A lot of that stuff is just workshop fiction that isn't going to last long in particular well-regard, but a lot of it is brilliant stuff, and far more literate, intelligent, and interesting than what this guy had to offer.
This book's time is up. Aside from youth clinging to a false nostalgia for a nonexistent time and place and crowd, its appeal is pretty much done too. View all 9 comments. May 27, Fabian rated it it was ok. Herein lies that gnarly root of the all-American Sense of Entitlement. Twain at least entertains, at least follows through with his intention, with his American take on the Quixotean legend; Kerouac might just be the biggest literary quack of the 20th century!
The book is awkward, structured not as ONE single trip, but composed of a few coast-to-coast coastings, all having to do with this now overused Herein lies that gnarly root of the all-American Sense of Entitlement. The book is awkward, structured not as ONE single trip, but composed of a few coast-to-coast coastings, all having to do with this now overused motif. I despise it. Living in Denver, Kerouactown, makes me hate him more!
A tale of a closeted individual who really has nothing to say. What Sal does say, however, ever so dully, is just how Cool those around him are, how his only addition to this incomprehensible BEAT movement is as lame as those of a newspaper photographer: Can a sheep really outwit the shepherd?
Here is a supreme example of the blind leading I sternly refuse to follow such idiotic drivel. This is a book for followers written by a Conformist, for one can always be some selfproclaimed comfortable conformist of nonconformism. Nothing sticks.
View all 25 comments. View all 8 comments. I am an expert at pie!
I was driving across the country with my buddies, and we decided to eat only pie. It has all of the food groups - especially if you have it with ice cream. And we ate a lot of multi-vitamins because we felt terrible. We would stop and camp out by the road, eating pie and drinking beer with multi-vitamins.
But, it made me an expert at pie. Jan 24, Katerina rated it really liked it Recommended to Katerina by: I always preferred the fantasy genre, due to an innate escapism, a vivid imagination and a constant longing for magic.
But as you may tell, I didn't cast spells while reading On the Road. I didn't climb the dark wizard's tower, nor heard prophecies whispered in the dark. I set my sword aside for a while, and hushed my heart's desire to experience passionate romances.
After a dear friend's raving about Jack Kerouac , I succumbed to peer pressure. And I am rather glad that I did. The world was suddenly rich with possibility. In fact, it is not a plot-driven novel at all. You follow Jack Kerouac's travels throughout America and Mexico, and that's it.
What captivates you is his writing style , a writing style the likes of which I had never encountered. You'll notice a plethora of contradictions: You will find your lips curling into a smile, but then a heaviness will settle on your chest, a near sadness because you see those people searching for something , anything, and when they find it, it slips from their fingers.
You contemplate your own morality and mortality, question the meaning of ideals when life is too short and full of misery. When the road lies ahead full of possibilities, and you're lost and bound and torn. But as the story progresses, you are envious of their carelessness , their crazy and wild abandon , their desire to live even when they don't know what they live for. You don't read it for the plot, but you read it for its moments, its vigorous, bright and mesmerising moments , mornings eating apple-pie with ice-cream, dirty streets in an alcohol frenzy, a young man on the top of a mountain with the world at his feet, a mexican brothel shaking by the sounds of mambo, cold nights drinking scotch under a crystal clear sky.
In the end, it all comes to one thing: Some of them are destined to change us, draw us to them like moths to the flame. Other pass by like fleeting stars, or constitute a constant and reassuring presence. But all of them, without exception, are pieces of the puzzle of our existence.
View all 15 comments. View all 12 comments. I tried; I really tried. More random thoughts to follow. So you want to write a novel, huh? Just get writing, use your friends, maybe call it autobiographical? Like it so far? Nice, man, yes, yes, yes. Still with me, brother? Tell the story any way you want. Tedious prose? Still with me, brutha? Just between you and me, that was fun. The lure of the quest—the trek—whether across the country or to the city or back to nature, has already occurred for many of us, and for many of us, that trek was merely a first step.
Consider what Kerouac says: For some of us, whether we regret the life of the partier or are merely nostalgic when we remember that time of life, boozing and drugs no longer shine with the quite the same bright light. I kept finding myself eagerly moving toward the end of chapters—chapters that might only have a half or a third of a page of text.
Blank pages between Parts—priceless! It had become such a plod early on that I needed to get some of my thoughts down so I could set them aside and finish this thing.
Good reading to you, young idealist; good luck, fellow geezer. View all 81 comments. This was a 4 star book based on what it represents, the history of the genre, and my enjoyment of travel. From the get go, this is a stream of consciousness romp through North America.
It seems like almost every city in the United States is mentioned at least once as Sal Paradise tells of his travels, the people he meets, those who join him, and his wild vagabond companion Dean Moriarity.
I don't feel like the style of this book will appeal to everyone and I can easily see many losing interest p This was a 4 star book based on what it represents, the history of the genre, and my enjoyment of travel. I don't feel like the style of this book will appeal to everyone and I can easily see many losing interest part way in. There is also a lot of jazz influence in the writing.
Several times the writing comes to a stop for an onomatopoedic side trip to a jazz club. This was especially interesting as I was listening to the audio. Dean Moriarity - if nothing else, this book is worth it for Dean.
The fact that Dean was based on a real person Kerouac's friend Neal Cassady makes his hijinks and destructive personality even more interesting. I am sure that he is a character that is idolized by some who read this, which is a bit scary!
Reminds me of those who idolize Alexander Supertramp from Into the Wild An interesting thing that happened while listening to this is twice I thought "this is reminding me of Hemingway" and less than a minute later, Hemingway is mentioned. Finally, as mentioned above, Kerouac based this on his life While listed as fiction, up until the final draft, the main characters had real names.
Print book. Jack Kerouac. Sulla strada — Jack Kerouac — Nuove Pagine ; 20 gen Con Sulla strada Jack Kerouac ci racconta una controcultura che ha affascinato fiumane di scrittori: la E Kerouac, che ha avuto una vita in simbiosi con altri grandi scrittori come Neal Cassidy con cui Kerouac censurato?
Quest'anno cade il cinquantenario di On the Road, Sulla strada, il capolavoro di Jack Kerouac, il padre di un'intera generazione, la beat Jack Kerouac, sulla strada 'cibandosi di stelle'. Il tramonto del vecchio Sal Paradise, un giovane newyorkese con ambizioni letterarie, incontra Dean Moriarty, un ragazzo dell'Ovest. Encuentra todos los libros, Sulla strada by Jack Kerouac - Goodreads — Share book