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Die Restauration epischer Strukturen im autobiographischen Roman des View all 6 comments. Sottertanei “Negro” girlfriend and Brautigan’s ex-girlfriend alternatively “Japanese” and “Asian”, fortunately never “Oriental” are little more than the embodiment of their cultural fetishization.

Dec 15, Jim rated it really liked it Shelves: He has a group of friends that pretty much do nothing more then sit around and drink and smoke Tea aka Pot.

Feltrinelli “Le Comete” n. But if you are a Keraouc fan, you know what you are getting into here. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking.

I believe Keroauc never considered the relationship taboo, because of his bohemian ethics and his rebellion against dominating culture of the s.

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Skip to main content. This item will post to United Statesbut the seller hasn’t specified postage options. Please enter a number less than or equal to 1. This book is short burst of linguistic invention–supposedly written in only three days, and it reads as such.


Beyond being a touchstone of the counterculture, On the Road is an ethnographic portrait of mid-twentieth-century America. Allowing for the possibility of pure, genuine wonder and marvel has been underestimated in this respect. And while I did find myself on the fence about whether I actually enjoyed the book as I worked through it, the ending was strong enough to pull over into the plus column.

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View all 7 comments. It is ultimately a story of the need for love and the difficulty of commitment. Not nearly as bad as Mailer’s White Negro, but a less obnoxious cousin. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Kerouac gets a bad name for being immature, being misogynistic and his use of racial terms.

Nov 22, Aditi rated it did not like it Shelves: Perhaps its my own style of writing soyterranei reading, but that grates on me. However, like relationships, one should never take a person, or written work, at merely face value. Se desideri visionare ulteriori immagini.

A few pages later page 3 he confesses that “I am crudely malely sexual and cannot help myself and have lecherous and so on propensities as almost all my male readers no doubt are the same. Brautigan based Yukiko on Japanese musician Anne Kuniyuki. I really disliked this book at first.

Other books in the series. I tried my hardest to understand its unique style, its flowing movements lacking punctuation, and the free-form stream of conciousness. This novella takes the opportunity to explore the relationship between an African American woman Mardou Fox and a Caucasian male Leo Percepied.

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I really feel that with this book Kerouac captured a “fling” type of relationship perfectly: He talks about wanting to live the life of freedom and kicks while simultaneously wanting to settle down, and he knows that he won’t be successful at either.

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Sometimes it’s there Dharma Bums and sometimes it is just real Big Sur. Kerouac isn’t exactly celebrating the shortcomings of his main figure, but he also doesn’t really have much of an idea of an alternative to the self-indulgence.

The hyperlinked experience of the novella accords well with the hyped-up pace of Kerouac’s own literary output and the hyperactivity of his characters. If Kerouac traveled through the extensive geography of the United States to mundane places, with common people, eager for experiences and sensations which he then ” typed ” into his books, Roussel traveled to strange and exotic places on a personal roulotte, purposely built to avoid the slightest change of his usual context and aimed at avoiding anything that could disturb the writer’s inner journey.