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Urban legend has it that On the Road is the primary example of Kerouac’s “spontaneous prose,” but the description works much better for The Subterraneans, for better and for worse. Return to Book Page. But if you are a Keraouc fan, you know what you are getting into here.

If it wasn’t for that, I wouldn’t I have finished it. Brautigan fetishized Japanese style, and wrote in the style of the Sotterrsnei I-Novel with the exception of Sombrero Falloutwhich lacks a first person narrator. Consider that an interracial relationship would have been pretty radical in the 50’s, and both Kerouac’s alter ego, Leo and Mardou both realize this.

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Jul 14, Sam Jasper rated it really liked it. In the end, like all counter-culture movements, it seems like a dead end that evolves over time to encompass new young adults and adolescents. It is a sad story and I think in the emphasis on the wildness of Bohemia can easily be misunderstood. I highly suggest this book. Select a valid country. The cavalier treatment of women in TS will drive many readers bat-shit.


A whirlwind of ideas, a maelstrom of images rushing towards the reader to allow him or her to experience the narrator’s emotions and reactions. Quotes from The Subterraneans. The pity of it is that Jack really appears to have loved Mardou, and Mardou was worth the trouble.

The Perks Of Bein Add to Watch list Watching. A profoundly sad novel.

Jack Kerouac

I think from most of the books I have read, the ones from the beat generation are the sottertanei interesting. Treatments of displacement and collectivism in arts, The Subterraneans – like many of Kerouac’s novels – took l As one of the founders of the Beat Generation, author Jack Kerouac is now ironically reaping the rewards for his works back in the s and early ’60s, despite his unexpected death in at the ripe age of I really disliked this book at first.

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He knows he’s broken in many ways, discussing his mental state and his very strong and probably damaging relationship with his mother. The book is written in long stringy sentences to imitate the “bop” improvisatory style of jazz riffs. A story about a man who would love you but push you away at the same time, a man who while able to adore everything good about you, could fi Well In many ways, I like this better than I would a fluffy happy j.


Allowing for the possibility of pure, genuine wonder and marvel has been underestimated zotterranei this respect.

The prose is frequently quite energetic and at times brilliant. Remember me on this computer.

The Subterraneans by Jack Kerouac

In that regard Kerouac was never more open and honest than in his writing, he laid it all out there, his soul for dissection. Not because it was difficult, but because of how bland it was. It implies a form of displacement whereby personal experience, See Joyce Johnson’s brilliant Minor Characters for an incisive take on women and the beats; she did some time as Kerouac’s girlfriend.