Old Angel Midnight by Jack Kerouac

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Old Angel Midnight

'“[Kerouac’s] spontaneous twistings and turnings of language rate well with those of Joyce and Stein, and time has proven him to be an important and enduringly popular American writer.” —Library Journal “Old Angel Midnight indeed might be the closest thing to Finnegan’s Wake in American literature.” —Gerald NicosiaPraise for Jack Kerouac “Kerouac was a breath of fresh air when he came on the literary scene. He was also a force, a tragedy, a triumph, and an ongoing influence, and that influence is still with us.” —Norman Mailer on Desolation Angels “Each book by Jack Kerouac is unique, a telepathic diamond. With prose set in the middle of his mind, he reveals consciousness itself in all its syntactic elaboration, detailing the humorous emptiness of its elaboration, detailing the luminous emptiness of his own paranoiac confusion.” —Allen Ginsberg on Big Sur “Kerouac is extreme, but he is genuine, he is alive, and he is native.” —Library Journal on The Dharma Bums “Life is great, and few can put the zest and candor and sadness and humor of it on paper more interestingly than Kerouac.” —San Francisco Examiner on On the Road'
'“[Kerouac’s] spontaneous twistings and turnings of language rate well with those of Joyce and Stein, and time has proven him to be an important and enduringly popular American writer.” —Library Journal “Old Angel Midnight indeed might be the closest thing to Finnegan’s Wake in American literature.” —Gerald NicosiaPraise for Jack Kerouac “Kerouac was a breath of fresh air when he came on the literary scene. He was also a force, a tragedy, a triumph, and an ongoing influence, and that influence is still with us.” —Norman Mailer on Desolation Angels “Each book by Jack Kerouac is unique, a telepathic diamond. With prose set in the middle of his mind, he reveals consciousness itself in all its syntactic elaboration, detailing the humorous emptiness of its elaboration, detailing the luminous emptiness of his own paranoiac confusion.” —Allen Ginsberg on Big Sur “Kerouac is extreme, but he is genuine, he is alive, and he is native.” —Library Journal on The Dharma Bums “Life is great, and few can put the zest and candor and sadness and humor of it on paper more interestingly than Kerouac.” —San Francisco Examiner on On the Road'
Publisher: Open Road Media Edited By: Donald Allen ISBN: 9781504033978 Pages: 67