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We got to see the Neal Cassady made famous by his exploits from various works in his actual form. Only three chapters and an interestingly extensive prologue dealing with the family history of his mother and fatherthe book is a find for any that is curious enough about it. Military Intelligence and the Arab Revolt: I honestly didn’t know what to expect from this book, suffice to say my expectations weren’t high.
The peimer bogs down in minutia like “first we went here, then we went there, and then over there”. Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts by Joseph von Eichendorff.
Neo Psychic Awareness by Anand Krishna.
Lecciones privadas Mackenzie Family 1 by Linda Howard. Interspersed, however, are some life experiences that i can imagine very few to have shared. I got quickly involved in this book finding the story engaging as a plain, honest telling of how lives go. French Kiss by Susan Johnson. Palindrome by Stuart Woods. Also, there is a lot of bonus material which is interesting.
Appreciations of the Master by Richard Matheson. A personable, charismatic, intelligent and entertaining one for sure, but asshole nevertheless.
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Just Ask by Czssady Arvetis. This ‘discovered’ autobiography, published a decade after his death, details the origins of the Cassady family and Neal’s own life in excellent detail up until about age eight.
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This book is a must for hard core lovers of the counter-culture movement cassafy the ’50s and ’60s, as it helps fill the backstory and round out the psychology of the movement’s most important icon.
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Therefore, while this is an intersting read and I certainly enjoyed it, especially his descriptions of skid-row Denver growing up in the 30s and 40s, I would point any reader eager to discover more about Cassady to either the excellent published collection of his letters or to the very insightful biography by David Sandison.
As he admits, he read some Proust and felt like he wanted to have a remembrance of things past and so gave tons of childhood details. Slavery in the Caribbean Francophone World: Biedermeier by Werner Hofmann. Rio Ganges by David Theis.
A must neao for any fans of the Beats, if they’d care to get an idea for just how the movement itself came into being. Ultimate Robot by Robert Malone.
First Third & Other Writings – Revised & Expanded Edition Together With A New Prologue
This more recent edition prepends terico bunch of temporarily lost material, describing the emigration of all his grandparents in the third quarter of the 19th century and his parents upbringing and meeting – valuable historical material and well worth reading but the more conventional structure lacks a bit of the literary flair of the earlier version.
What the hell is driving this guy? Dream-Adventure-Reality by Greenwood Press. Is the Spaghetti Ready?