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On the road

“I submit this as my idea of an appealing commercial cover expressive of the book," Kerouac wrote.
He ended his note, sent in 1956 to a Viking Press editor: "Than have it demeaned I'd rather it were never published. Period."
Here's the trailer for the movie adaptation of On the Road. Don't blame us.
Yay, young athletic movie stars with hot bods brooding and smoking cigarettes and furrowing their brows in a completely unnecessary and unwanted movie adaptation of On the Road!
In a letter, Jack Kerouac asked Marlon Brando to buy the rights to his novel, and make a movie out of it.
A new iPad app offering extended insight into Jack Kerouac's On The Road is topping mobile download charts.
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If Jack Kerouac were still alive, he'd be turning 88 today!
Jack Kerouac. “Face of the Buddha.” Pencil on paper, 1956(?). NYPL,
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