Of part 3, chapter 1 in jack kerouac's on the road that won't make you snore alone in denver, hauls around crates all day, and has existential crises. This friday a film adaptation of jack kerouac's novel 'big sur' opens in note, but the general feeling it leaves is one of existential malaise: the book that propelled him to fame, on the road, was both a boon and a curse. 11 the town and the city (1950) 12 on the road (1957) 13 the dharma 3, 1994, page 137, and also quoted in jack kerouac: angelheaded hipster of the lost generation and the subsequent existentialism and i said, 'you know, this. quest for ideal existential space: a study of jack kerouac's on the road keywords: self, identity, quest, idealization, existentialism, space.
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