Jack kerouac, Panther. Granada Publishing, London, 1975, soft cover, 366 pages.




Back cover blurb:


The beat generation


Desolation Angels is kerouac's most important novel since On the Road. It is a novel that borrows intensely from life - all the leading figures of the Beat Generation can be recognised in it. It tells of the living and loving and hard travelling of thay generation...a generation which, on its refusal to follow or conform, laid the foundations of the life-style of today's 'alternative culture'. Kerouac, even after his death, is still the most potent spokesman for the aware, rebellious young people who turn away from the shallow, corrupt values of Western so-called civilization. His writing, like his ideals, cuts across most of the accepted conventional paths. This is what makes Desolation Angels so exciting, so vibrant, so urgently real.



Condition: Fair to low, book has creasing/dirt to the cover and spine.(now protected by laminate) Some page discolouration.

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