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His is a case PRO: This is a bunch of short-ish pieces viahante together by the common theme of Kerouac being alone and going all everywhere. Holding temporary jobs was a hobby, not a necessity, and after a coddled childhood and advantaged education, whenever things got rough he went home to live with Mom throughout adulthood.
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Antoine de Padue St. In addition to his life as a sailor and traveler, he most notably works as a brakeman off the shores of San Jose, an occupation that parallels his restless cycles of travel writing.
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I started reading this on the US election day. Kerouac’s spontaneous prose, with its long, strangly, and rhhythmic sentences is an erratic instrument indeed. In these chapters it was fun to roam around with him, but Railroad Earth and The Vanishing American Hobo made this book a very worthwhile read This was an interesting read, but only recommended for those deeply interested in the beats.
Toleration of the poor in general, and hobos in particular erodes, leading to beefed up police departments, increasing surveillance of the populace, and a general loss in individual freedom.
Sometimes I felt that I was cheating Kerouac a little bit as Jakc raced through each section, following the quick pace of his writing style. Kerouac seeks to illustrate, through his travels of the earth and soul, how much people are missing when they focus on the wrong things in life, and the prophet in Kerouac takes full control rather than the drunkard and hitchhiker.
The whole book I was going “Hey, Sal, the guys a sociopath, get over it! Reading quietly out loud helped a lot to keep focused on those winding sentences that last words or so, and also help appreciate the auditory lyricism of his prose writing, if that makes sense.
Like Thoreau, Kerouac craves to experience the land without outsider intervention. This piece is all about finding solitude, and what better location to achieve this than up in the mountains? Am actually not beatbut strange solitary crazy Catholic mystic Reading quietly out loud helped a lot to keep fo This is a bunch of short-ish pieces put together by the common theme of Kerouac being alone and going all everywhere.
He wants to exemplify his spiritual awakening and awareness to others. Pretty likable collection of short pieces written by Ti-Jean chronicling his railroading man days, jazz parties guzzling dago red piss and more mountaintop madness. Nov 15, Tito Quiling, Jr. Forget On the Kerouaccthis is the book to read of Kerouac.
All in all I liked this but it was hard to read a lot of it at once. Nov 20, Brett rated it it was amazing Shelves: At some point, I stuck pins in my eyes and poured bleach into my ears, just so I could experience a different sort of pain.
Nov 15, Tito Quiling, Jr. Nov 11, R. Jun 23, John Eastman rated it really liked it. In any case, those problems aren’t in this collection of essays on the traveling life Kerouac had in the late 40’s and 50’s. After two southern winters, with roses blooming all the time, this bleakness and this touch of frost in the ringing morning go to my soul like an intoxication.
Lonesome Traveler by Jack Kerouac
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Lonesome Traveler, by Jack Kerouac 1 18 Jan 07, Standing on the engine of a train as it rushes past fields of prickly cactus; witnessing his first bullfight in Mexico vizjante high on opium; catching up with the beat night life in New York; burying himself in the snow-capped mountains of As he roams the US, Mexico, Morocco, Paris and London, Jack Kerouac breathlessly records, in prose of pure poetry, the life of the road.
For me, being inside the Diliman campus somehow provides me that sense of peace, that solitude that he was describing. If Kerouac would have wrote about that elephant in the room it would have been a better book.