‘Big Sur has a swing and a concern with living, a feeling for nature, a self-doubting humour and an awareness of posture which puts it squarely in the powerful tradition of American folk writing. Stunning and vivid.’ Sunday TimesFrom the Publisher:
Kerouac’s gritty, moving take on the destruction of his own myth, as the King of the Beats approaches middle age…
Unmistakably autobiographical, ‘Big Sur’, Kerouac's ninth novel, was written as the King of the Beats was approaching middle age, and reflects his struggle to come to terms with his own myth. The magnificent and moving story of Jack Duluoz, a man blessed by great talent and cursed with an urge towards self-destruction, ‘Big Sur’ is at once Kerouac's toughest and his most humane work.
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Descripción Flamingo, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0586091572