on the Road, by Jack Kerouac

Lowell, Massachusetts. "The post-World War II generationbeat or beatifichas not found symbolic spokesmen with anywhere near the talents of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, or Nathanael West. Sal hitchhikes west, learning more about himself and the many intriguing people he meets along the way. Synopsis, born on March 12, 1922, in Lowell, Massachusetts, Jack Kerouac's writing career began in the 1940s, but didn't meet with commercial success until 1957, when. He finds a girl, Laura, and plans to move with her to San Francisco.

For example, while driving across the upper Midwest toward New York City, Sal mentions that he and Dean are listening to the radio show of well-known jazz deejay Symphony Sid Torin (Pt. In a rickety '37 Ford sedan the three set off across Texas to Laredo, where they cross the border.

President Jacksons Removal Act, On the Road and the Beat Generation,

On the Road is a novel by American writer. The landscape is magnificent. In the six years between the completion. In this novel, talented Author Kerouac, 35, does not join that literary league, either, but at least suggests that his generation is not silent. " On the Road (uncensored). New York: Penguin Classics.