On any given day, you can find me under a tree reading a good book or watching some old film while contemplating my next travel plan.
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Really nice, in-depth and insightful article. The first time I saw the movie, I loved it and for me it just gets better every time. It’s a classic in my opinion. Nice work.
Actually, I love what I’ve read of Burroughs, but in all honesty I’m much more familiar with the other Beats. He is definitely one of the Beats who is often forgot about, which is sad, but will continue as Kerouac (definitely the most popular) and the others are simply more-known.
This is amazingly put together. I love that you had categories. Obviously spent a lot of time on this, great job.
I absolutely love Kerouac. I agree, though. What’s your favorite of his works?
Thanks, I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’ve written another article on here about the Bears, if you’re interested.
I have to disagree. They opened the doors for many future writers, and we wouldn’t have much of the amazing literature we have today if not for them.
Thanks for the read, i’m glad you enjoyed it.
I don’t know about the heroin generation. They all had a different drug of choice.