Big Sur by Jack Kerouac

By Jack Kerouac

Every one e-book via Jack Kerouac is exclusive, a telepathic diamond. With prose set in the course of his brain, he finds attention itself in all its syntatic elaboration, detailing the luminous vacancy of his personal paranoiac confusion. Such wealthy average writing is nonpareil in later part XX century, a synthesis of Proust, Céline, Thomas Wolfe, Hemingway, Genet, Thelonius Monk, Basho, Charlie Parker, and Kerouac's personal athletic sacred perception. enormous Sur's humane, specific account of the intense ravages of alcohol delirium tremens on Kerouac, a suerior novelist who had power to accomplish his poetic narrative, a role few scribes so have accomplished—others crack up. right here we meet San Francisco's poets & realize hero Dean Moriarty ten years after at the street. Jack Kerouac was once a 'writer,' as his nice peer W.S. Burroughs says, and the following on the top of his agony funny genius he wrote via his distress to finish with 'Sea,' a super poem appended, at the hallucinatory Sounds of the Pacific Ocean at immense Sur." —Allen Ginsberg

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Amazed by the exuberant freedom of the women, Manikandhara said to Narada: “Look at these startling young women. Their legs stretch straight up to the sky. They’re so sure of their looks, they’re making bets to see who can swing highest. ” Narada answered: “Yes. You speak like a true poet. I’ve never seen such beauty. Your thoughtful description is just right. ” As he was speaking, Rambha heard him clearly as she was passing through the clouds with her handsome lover, Nalakubara, in a flying chariot.

I’ve brought you a student. Take her and train her,” he said with a smile. ” she asked pleasantly while giving a proper welcome to Narada. “This sage has been coming here for years to train with you. What have you taught him? Of course he was already a master of music, but because he was jealous of Tumburu, he was determined to acquire what we know of this discipline. Nobody else has ever learned it. That’s why I brought him to you—so you would teach him all you know. ” Jambavati said, “I always do what you tell me.

He is my family deity. I rest my thoughts on his feet. He’s my friend, close to me as my breath. I set my mind on the center of his breathing. I focus on his hands, that broke the necks of many demons. I raise my thoughts to his chest, that enhances the beauty of Lakshmi’s breasts. ’ “He composed verses like this one on the spot and sang them to the god. “Afterward, he headed east. He came to Kumbhakonam, a place that churns the ego out of mind. In its moonlight pavilions, the eyes of tipsy courtesans roll like fish in the bend of the godly river that flows beside great white palaces.

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