Desolation Angels: A Novel

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Coward-McCann, 1965 - American literature - 366 pages

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Desolation Angels is heaven and hell and the world and America and the Void and his Mom. Kerouac/Duluoz is a despicable, noble, earnest, loving, whiny, brilliant, loyal, weak, irreplaceable, insane ... Read full review

DESOLATION ANGELS

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Kerouac's Desolation Angels may be dealt with quickly. It's a long prose-poem in the form of a memoir-novel, in which the author (calling himself, as he's done elsewhere, Jack Duluoz) explores three ... Read full review

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Desolation Angels
3
Passing Through
219
London
300
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