The Unknown Kerouac – Library of America

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Here be the contents:

“On Frank Sinatra” – a short essay from a handwritten journal (May 6 – July 21, 1946)

“America in World History” – a short essay from a handwritten journal (September 23, 1946)

“A Couple of Facts Concerning Laws of Decadence” – a short essay from a handwritten journal (September 3 – October 9, 1946)

“On Contemporary Jazz – “Bebop”” – a short essay from a handwritten journal (February 24 – May 5, 1947)

Private Philologies, Riddles, and a Ten-Day Writing Log – journal (including a one-act play and  short prose) (May 1949 to 1950)

La nuit est ma femme (The Night Is My Woman) – novella (February 1951)

Journal 1951 – (August – November 1951)

On the Road: Old Bull in the Bowery (Written in French Patois) – prose (1952, Mexico City)

Tics – prose (1952-1953)

Memory Babe – novella (November 1957-June 1958)

“Doing Literary Work: An Interview with Jack Kerouac” – interview by John Clellon Holmes (June 1963)

Beat Spotlight – prose fragment (circa 1968)

I Wish I Were You – novella (1945)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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