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You'll Be Okay
My Life with Jack Kerouac
Edie Kerouac-Parker
"We’ve officially entered what might as well be called Jack Kerouac Awareness Month. It’s the 50th anniversary of the publication of 'On the Road,' and the commemorations include . . . a memoir, 'You’ll Be Okay,' from Kerouac’s first wife." – NY Times
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Wake Up
A Life of the Buddha
Jack Kerouac
Jack Kerouac's profound meditations on the Buddha's life and religion In the mid-1950s, Jack Kerouac, a lifelong Catholic, became fascinated with Buddhism, an interest that had a significant impact on his ideas of spirituality and later found...
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The Voice Is All
The Lonely Victory of Jack kerouac
Joyce Johnson
A groundbreaking portrait of Kerouac as a young artist—from the award-winning author of Minor Characters. In The Voice is All, Joyce Johnson, author of the classic memoir, Door Wide Open, about her relationship with Jack Kerouac, brilliantly peels away..
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Visions of Gerard
A Novel
Jack Kerouac
Unique among Jack Kerouac's novels, Visions of Gerard focuses on the scenes and sensations of childhood– the wisdom, anguish, intensity, innocence, evil, insight, suffering, delight, and shock– as they were revealed in the short tragic -happy life.
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Visions of Cody
Jack Kerouac
Written during 1951-52, this novel was an underground legend by the time it was finally published in 1972. Written in an experimental form, Kerouac created the ultimate account of his voyages with Neal Cassady...
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Vanity of Duluoz
An Adventurous Education, 1935-46
Jack Kerouac
With the same tender humor and intoxicating wordplay he brought to his masterpieces On the Road and The Dharma Bums, Kerouac takes his alter ego from the football fields of small-town New England to the playing fields and classrooms of Horace Mann...
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Tristessa
Jack Kerouac
Tristessa's a narrative meditation studying a hen, a rooster, a dove, a cat, a dog, family meat, and a ravishing, ravished junky lady.
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Trip Trap
Haiku on the Road
Jack Kerouac, Albert Saijo, Lew Welch
This newly-revised edition-originally published in 1973-of the haiku Jack Kerouac, Albert Saijo, and Lew Welch jotted down on the road from San Francisco to New York in 1959, are dense, earthy incarnations of life on the road: "A coral colored...
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Subterraneans
Jack Kerouac
Centering around the tempestuous breakup of Leo Percepied and Mardou Fox– two denizens of the 1950s San Francisco underground– The Subterraneans is a tale of dark alleys and smoky rooms, of artists, visionaries, and adventurers...
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Some of the Dharma
Jack Kerouac
Notes on Buddhist study and practice, poems, blues, haiku, conversations, prayers, meditations, journal entries, sketches, stories, thoughts on writing, fragments of letters, epiphanies and more...
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The Scripture of the Golden Eternity
Pocket Poets Number 51
Jack Kerouac
These classic Kerouac meditations, zen koans, and prose poems express the poet's beatific quest for peace and joy through oneness with the...
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Scattered Poems
Pocket Poets Number 28
Jack Kerouac
Spontaneous poetry by the author of On the Road, gathered from underground and ephemeral publications; including "San Francisco Blues," the variant texts of "Pull My Daisy," and American haiku.
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Satori in Paris and Pic
Two Novels
Jack Kerouac
Satori: Kerouac in France envisions a sad satori indeed. Pic: a precocious 10-year-old with his brother on the road and in New York City.
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Pull My Daisy
The Film and Documentary Material
Robert Frank, Alfred Leslie
The seminal and rare 1958 film, on PAL & NTSC DVD, in a presentation box with two booklets: one of Jack Kerouac's story and lyrics, and one of photographs taken on the set.

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