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Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
On the Road
Typed on one long scroll of teletype paper in three weeks with no margins, singlespaced, and no paragraph breaks
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
Doctor Sax
The great alchemist is ultimately revealed to be quite ordinary
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
The Subterraneans
Semi-fictional account of the author's romance with an African American woman named Alene Lee
'Daydreams for Ginsberg' by Jack Kerouac
   has the opening lines   
I Lie on My Back at Midnight Hearing the Marvelous Strange Chime of the Clocks...
And know it's midnight.
Jack Kerouac
   was born on   
March 12, 1922
"beat" novelist, poet
Jack Kerouac
   lifespan was   
1922-1969
American writer; author of "On the Road"; icon of the Beat Generation
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
Rimbaud
"Arthur! On t'appela pas Jean!"
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
Some Western Haikus
"Missing a kick at the icebox door, it closed anyway"
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
Mexico City Blues
In 242 choruses
Jack Kerouac
   created the character   
Jack Duluoz
Vanity of Duluoz
Jack Kerouac
   created the character   
Sal Paradise
On the Road (Kerouac)
Jack Kerouac
   created the character   
Dean Moriarty
On the Road (Neil Cassidy)
Jack Kerouac
   created the character   
Carlo Marx
On the Road (Allen Ginsberg)
Jack Kerouac
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
The Source (1999)
Jack Kerouac
   was a/an   
Author
Author of "On the Road", generally considered the father of the Beat movement; 1922-1969






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