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Hatchet Job Of The Year? Bruce Bawer Has At Jack Kerouac
"To read through these seven hundred-odd pages of Kerouac's staggeringly slapdash effusions set in elegant Galliard, outfitted with the usual meticulous editorial apparatus, and bound - like Twain's novels and Lincoln's speeches - in a beautiful Library of America volume is enough to trigger a serious attack of cognitive dissonance."
The New Criterion 09/13
Posted September 5, 2013 12:47 AM
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