Jack Kerouac

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“Jack Kerouac was a great typist. Beyond this, there are varying opinions.”

~ Truman Capote, trying to throw some salt into Jack's game.

“Kerouac was a writer.”

~ William S. Burroughs, stating the obvious.

Jack Jerouac was a writer for the 1950s. He used to run around with poet Allen Ginsberg and professional bug killer Bill Burroughs.

Contributions to literature[edit | edit source]

On The Road was considered "deep" until this classic came along.
  • Novels: A novel is kind of like the Internet, only it's made out of a tree.
  • Haiku: A haiku is a poem about anime.

See Also[edit | edit source]

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Allen GinsbergAldous HuxleyAmphioxusAnonymousAyn RandBram StokerC. S. LewisCharles BukowskiDr. SeussDonna TarttDouglas AdamsEdward Bulwer-LyttonFrancis E. DecFranz KafkaJoseph Sheridan Le FanuG. Samuel BlogGeorge HamburgH. P. LovecraftHardwick FundlebuggyHomerHunter S ThompsonJ. D. SalingerJ.K. RowlingJack KerouacJohn MiselstoneLeo TolstoyLeonardo da VinciLewis CarrollMichael MaryllianR. J. PalacioR. L. StineShirley JacksonTheodor AdornoTheodore John KaczynskiVictor HugoWilliam S. BurroughsWilliam Shakespeare

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