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Pic by Jack Kerouac

Pic (original 1971; edition 1974)

by Jack Kerouac

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Authors:Jack Kerouac
Info:Quartet Books (1971), Mass Market Paperback, 120 pages
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Tags:Jack Kerouac, Fiction

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Pic by Jack Kerouac (1971)



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light but lovely - slightly awakward about middle-aged white man trying to write as a young black boy.

nice story - very similar to Mary Hays Weik's 'The Jazz Man' ( )
  martinedgar | Dec 14, 2006 |
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Once I was young and had so much more orientation and could talk with nervous intelligence about everything and with clarity and with as much literary preambling as this; in other words this is the work of an unselfconfident man, at the same time of an egomaniac, naturally, facetious won't do - just to start at the beginning and let the truth seep out, that what I'll do -.
Ain't never nobody loved me like I love myself, cept my mother and she's dead.
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