Writings About Jack Kerouac

Maintained by Sherri, official Literary Kicks bibliographer

The following is a bibliography specific to Jack Kerouac, containing entries concerning Kerouac's writing, recordings and life. Other bibliographies are here


Cassady, Carolyn. HEART BEAT: MY LIFE WITH JACK AND NEAL. Berkeley: Creative Arts Book Company, 1976.

Charters, Ann. KEROUAC: A BIOGRAPHY. San Francisco: Straight Arrow, 1973.

Charters, Ann. KEROUAC: A BIOGRAPHY. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1994.

Clark, Tom. JACK KEROUAC. NY: Paragon House, 1984.

Gifford, Barry and Lawrence Lee. JACK'S BOOK: AN ORAL BIOGRAPHY OF JACK KEROUAC. NY: St. Martin's, 1978.

Jarvis, Charles E. VISIONS OF KEROUAC. Lowell, MA: Ithaca Press, 1974.




Allsop, Kenneth. HARD TRAVELLIN', THE HOBO AND HIS HISTORY. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1967.

Beaulieu, Victor-Levy. JACK KEROUAC: A CHICKEN ESSAY. Trans. Sheila Fischman. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1976.

Challis, Chris. QUEST FOR KEROUAC. London: Faber & Faber, 1984.

Clark, Tom. JACK KEROUAC IN SAN FRANCISCO. Berkeley: Ammunition Press, 1989.

Coolidge, Clark. LOWELL CONNECTOR: LINES AND SHOTS FROM KEROUAC'S TOWN. West Stockbridge, MA: Hard Press, 1993.

Donaldson, Scott, ed. ON THE ROAD: TEXT AND CRITICISM. The Viking Critical Library. NY: Penguin Books, 1979.

Fagin, Larry, ed. BOMBAY GIN. Boulder, CO: Poetics Department, Naropa Institute, 1982.


Gaffie, Luc. JACK KEROUAC: THE NEW PICAROON. NY: Postillion Press, 1977.

Gifford, Barry. KEROUAC'S TOWN: ON THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH. Santa Barbara: Capra, 1973.

Hipkiss, Robert A. JACK KEROUAC: PROPHET OF THE NEW ROMANTICISM. Lawrence, KS: Regents Press, 1976.

Holmes, John Clellon. GONE IN OCTOBER: LAST REFLECTIONS ON JACK KEROUAC. Halley, Idaho: Limberlost Press, 1985.

Huebel, Harry Russell. JACK KEROUAC. Boise, Idaho: Boise State U, 1979.

Hunt, Timothy. KEROUAC'S CROOKED ROAD. Hamden, CN: Shoe String Press, 1981.

Jones, James T. A MAP OF MEXICO CITY BLUES: JACK KEROUAC AS POET. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1992.

Kazin, Alfred. COMTEMPORARIES. Boston: Little Brown, 1962.


Montgomery, John. JACK KEROUAC: A MEMOIR. Fresno, CA: Giligia Press, 1970.

Montgomery, John. KEROUAC AT THE 'WILD BOAR' AND OTHER SKIRMISHES. San Anselmo, CA: Fels & Firn, 1986.


Nicosia, Gerald. THE TWO LOWELLS OF JACK KEROUAC. Coventry, England: Beat Scene Press, 1988.


Walsh, Joy. JACK KEROUAC: STATEMENT IN BROWN: COLLECTED ESSAYS. Clarence Center, NY: Textile Bridge Press.



Anastas, Peter. "Reflections of a Kerouac Lover; Of the Time the Author of ON THE ROAD Came to Gloucester." GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES (MA), 5 October 1974, North Shore 1974, sec., 3-4.

Adkins, Carl. "Jack Kerouac: Off the Road for Good." In STORY, THE YEARBOOK OF DISCOVERY/1971. Ed. Whit and Hallie Burnett. NY: Four Winds Press, 1971, 27-35.

Allen, Eliot D. "That Was No Lady -- That Was Jack Kerouac's Girl." In ESSAYS IN MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 97-102. Ed. Richard E. Langford. Deland, FL: Stetson UP, 1963.

Ardinger, Richard. "Long-awaited, But Worth It," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.3 (1979): 10.

Aronowitz, Alfred G. "Jack Kerouac: Beyond the Road." NY POST, 22 October 1969, 100.

Ashida, Margaret E. "Frogs and Frozen Zen," PRAIRIE SCHOONER, 34 (1960): 199-206.

Askew, Melvin W. "Quests, Car, and Kerouac," UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS REVIEW, 28 (1962): 231-240.

Balakian, Nona. "The Prophetic Vogue of the Anti-heroine," SOUTHWEST REVIEW, 47 (1962): 134-141.

Beckett, Larry. "Old Angel Kerouac: A Deathblow Put down," EVERGREEN REVIEW, No. 34 (1964): 11-12. Bellman, Samuel. "On the Mountain," CHICAGO REVIEW, v.13, Winter/Spring 1959, 68-72.

Blackburn, William. "Han Shan Gets Drunk with the Butchers: Kerouac's Buddhism in ON THE ROAD, THE DHARMA BUMS and DESOLATION ANGELS," LITERATURE EAST AND WEST 21.1-4 (January-December 1977): 9-22.

Bowering, George. "On The Road: & the Indians at the End," STONY BROOK, Nos. 3/4 (1969): 191-201.

Brouillette, Paul. "An Evaluation of Jack Kerouac's Duluoz Legend." MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, 4 (1979), 9-11.

Burns, Jim. "Jack Kerouac," SECOND AEON, No. 11 (n.d.): 73-76.

Burns, Jim. "Jazz & the Beats," JAZZ MONTHLY, January 1971, 17-22.

Burns, Jim. "Jivin' with Jack the Bellboy," PALANTIR, No. 3 (1976): 19-23. Rpt. in MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.3 (1979): 3-5.

Burroughs, William. "Kerouac." HIGH TIMES: THE MAGAZINE OF HIGH SOCIETY (March 1979), 52-55.

Campbell, James. "Kerouac & Co." NEW EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 47 (1979): 11-14.

Carlson, Peter. "'Haiku My Eyes!'": a night of Kerouac," THE NEWS (Boston), 17 January 1974, 6-7.

Champney, Freeman. "Beat-up or Beatific?" ANTIOCH REVIEW, v.19, Spring 1959, 117-120.

Cloves, Jeff. "Some peace flags," PEACE NEWS (England), 17 December 1976, 14-15.

Dardess, George. "The Delicate Dynamics of Friendship: A Reconsideration of Kerouac's ON THE ROAD," AMERICAN LITERATURE, 46 (1974): 200-206.

Dardess, George. "Jack Kerouac As Religious Teacher." MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.1 (1978), 4-6.

Dardess, George. "The Logic of Spontaneity: A Reconsideration of Kerouac's 'Spontaneous Prose Method.'" BOUNDARY 2-3: (1975) 729-743.

Davis, Wesley Ford. "Jack Kerouac: A Critical Note," FATHER JOE'S HANDY HOMILIES, 1, No.2 (1970): 5.

"Dear Playboy: Kerouac," PLAYBOY, September 1959, 9-10.

Dolbier, Maurice. "Beat Generation," NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE BOOK REVIEW, 22 September 1957, 2.

D'Orso, Michael, "Man Out of Time: Kerouac, Spengler and the 'Faustian Soul,'" STUDIES IN AMERICAN FICTION 11.1 (Spring 1983): 19-30.

Duffey, B.I. "The Three Worlds of Jack Kerouac." In RECENT AMERICAN FICTION: SOME CRITICAL VIEWS, 175-184. Ed. Joseph J. Aldmeir. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963.

Farzan, Massud. "The Bippie in the Middle; Jack Kerouac (1922-1969)," LONDON MAGAZINE, New Series, 9, No. 11 (1970): 62-69.

Felman, Irving. "Stuffed Dharma," COMMENTARY, v.26, December 1958, 543-544.

Frohock, W.M. "Jack Kerouac and the Beats." In STRANGERS TO THIS GROUND: CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN WRITING, 132-147. Dallas: Southern Methodist UP, 132-147.

Fuller, Edmund. "The Hipster or the Organization Man?" In MAN IN MODERN FICTION: SOME MINORITY OPINIONS ON COMTEMPORARY AMERICAN WRITING, 133-165. NY: Random House, 1958.

Ginsberg, Allen. "The Dharma Bums," VILLAGE VOICE, 12 November 1958, 3-5.

Glicksberg, Charles L. "The Sexualized World of the Beat Generation," In THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION IN MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 143-170, The Hague: Nijhoff, 1971.

Goldman, Ivan. "Babe on ON THE ROAD." Denver Post, 31 December 1974, 21.

Goodman, Paul. "Wingless Wandervogel, 1957," MIDSTREAM, 4, Winter 1958, 98-101.

Gornick, Vivian. "Jack Kerouac: 'The Night and What It Does To You.'" VILLAGE VOICE, 30 October 1969, 1, 27-30.

Gose, Elliott. "More on 'Kerouac's Sound': To the Editors," TAMARACK REVIEW, No.12 (1959): 76.

Gribetz, Sid. "Kerouac's Angels," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No,4 (1979): 7-8.

Gussow, Adam. "Bohemia Revisited: Malcolm Cowley, Jack Kerouac and ON THE ROAD," GEORGIA REVIEW 38.2 (Summer 1984): 291-311.

Hart, John E. "Future Hero in Paradise: Kerouac's THE DHARMA BUMS," CRITIQUE: STUDIES IN MODERN FICTION, 14, No.3 (1973): 52-62.

Hazo, Samuel. "The Poets of Retreat," CATHOLIC WORLD, October 1963, 33-39.

Hentschel, Anthony. "Kerouac Defended," NEW STATESMAN, 14 June 1974, 839.

Hill, Richard. "Kerouac at the End of the Road (Jack Kerouac's influence in Fiction)," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, v. 29 May 1988, p.1, col.1.

Hinchcliffe, Arnold P. "The End of a Dream?" In STUDI AMERICANI, No.5 (1959): 315-323.

Holder, Wayne. "The Road Goes On Forever," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.3 (1979):6.

Holmes, John Clellon. "Existentialism and the Novel: Notes and Questions," CHICAGO REVIEW, 13, No.2 (1959): 144-151.

Holmes, John Clellon. "First Reader of ON THE ROAD in manuscript: An Excerpt from the Journals of John Clellon Holmes," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.5 (1979):11.

Holmes, John Clellon. "Visitor: Jack Kerouac in Old Saybrook." California, PA: THE UNSPEAKABLE VISIONS OF THE INDIVIDUAL, 1981.

Holmes, John Clellon. "An Insider's View of Some Old Friends," BOOKS, December 1966, 5.

Huebel, Harry R. JACK KEROUAC. Western Writers Series, No.39. Boise, Idaho: Boise UP, 1979.

Hull, Keith N. "A Dharma Bum Goes West to Meet the East," WESTERN AMERICAN LITERATURE, 11, No.4 (1977): 321-329.

Jackson, Robert P. "The Dharma Bums," AMERICAN BUDDHIST, v.2, October 1958, 1.

Jones, Granville H. "Jack Kerouac and the American Conscience," In LECTURES on MODERN NOVELISTS, 25-39. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology, Department of English, 1963.

Jones, LeRoi. "Correspondence, " EVERGREEN REVIEW, No.8 (1959): 253-256.

Kamstra, Jerry. "Jack's 'Road' was the Beat Children's Beacon," SAN FRANCISCO SUNDAY EXAMINER AND CHRONICLE, 16 November 1969, This World section, 51.

Kastel, Warren. "The Road to Nowhere, " ROGUE, August 1959, 40-42, 50, 68-69.

Krim, Seymour. "King of the Beats." COMMONWEAL, 2 January 1959, 359-360.

Leer, Norman. "Three American Novels and Contemporary Society: A Search for Commitment," WISCONSIN STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE, 3, No.3 (1962): 67-86.

Lomas, Herbert. "Benzedrine to Booze," LONDON MAGAZINE, New Series, 14, No.5 (1974-1975): 73-86.

Mahoney, Stephen. "The Prevalence of Zen," NATION, 1 November 1958, 311-315.

Mail on Last Year's Kerouac Issue," TWO HANDS NEWS, No.21 (1979), 7.

McClintock, Jack. "This Is How the Ride Ends: Not with a Bang, with a Damn Hernia." ESQUIRE (March 1970), 138-139, 188-189.

Miller, Chuck. "Kerouac Reappraised," NEW YORK TIMES BOOKS REVIEW, 8 April 1973, 34.

Mosley, Edwin M. "Lost and Hollow, Beat and Angry -- The Significant Gestures of Two Generations," BALL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE FORUM, 1, No.2 (1960-1961): 44-54.

Nolan, Dick. "The City," SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 26 August 1959, sec.2, 1.

Ohashi, Kenzaburo; Kanaseki, Hisao; Ohashi, Kichinosuke; and Suwa, Masaru. "Symposium: Beat Literature," In AMERICAN LITERATURE -- the 1950's, 269-279. Ed. Kenzaburo Ohashi. Tokyo: Tokyo Chapter of the American Literature Society of Japan, 1976.

Overland, Orm. "West and Back Again." In JACK KEROUAC, ON THE ROAD: TEXT AND CRITICISM, 451-464. Ed. Scott Donaldson. NY: Penguin Books, The Viking Critical Library, 1979.

Owen, Donald H. "Communications: The Beat Generation," COMMONWEAL, 30 January 1959, 470-471.

Poteet, Maurice. "The Delussons and the Martins: Some Family Resemblences," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.5 (1979): 4-6.

Poteet, Maurice. "The 'Little (known) Literature' of Kerouac's 'Little Canada,'" MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, No.5 (1979): 4-6.

Primeau, Ronald. "'The Endless Poem:' Jack Kerouac's Midwest," GREAT LAKES REVIEW, 2, No.2 (1976), 19-26.

REVIEW OF COMTEMPORARY FICTION 3, No.2 (Summer 1983). Ed. John O'Brien.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "Beat Generation? DEAD AS DAVY CROCKETT CAPS, SAYS REXROTH, PASSING THROUGH." In THE VILLAGE VOICE READER, 309-311. Ed. Daniel Wolf and Edwin Fancher. NY: Grove Press, 1963.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "It's an Anywhere Road for Anybody Anyhow!" SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 1 September 1957, 18.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "The Voice of the Beat Generation Has Some Square Delusions," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 16 February 1958, This World Magazine section, 23.

Reynolds, Stanley. "Stanley Reynolds recalls a fifties hero: Jack back on the road," THE GUARDIAN, 10 November 1979, 12.

Rubin, Louis D., Jr., "Two Gentlemen of San Francisco: Notes on Kerouac and Responsibility, " WESTERN REVIEW, v.23, Spring 1959, 278-283.

Seelye, John D. "The American Tramp: A Version of the Picaresque," AMERICAN QUARTERLY, 15 (1963): 535-553.

Smith, Hayward. "Jack Kerouac: Off the Road, Into the Vanguard and Out." VILLAGE VOICE, 25 December 1957, 1-2.

Sorrell, Richard S. "Novelists and Ethnicity: Jack Kerouac and Grace Metlious as Franco-Americans," MELUS 9.1 (Spring 1982): 37-52.

SOUNDINGS/EAST 2, No.2 (1979). Stevenson, David L. "James Jones and Jack Kerouac: Novelists of Disjuntion." In THE CREATIVE PRESENT: NOTES ON CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FICTION, 193-212. Ed. Nona Balakian and Charles Simmons. Garden City, NJ: Doubleday, 1963.

Tallmer, Jerry. "Jack Kerouac: Back to the Village - But Still on the Road." VILLAGE VOICE, 18 September 1957, 1, 4.

TWO HANDS NEWS, No. 17 (1978): 1-4.

Vaidyanathan, T.G. "Jack Kerouac and Existentialist Anxiety," OSMANIA JOURNAL OF ENGLISH STUDIES, No.2 (1962): 61-66.

Van Den Haag, Ernest. "Kerouac Was Here," SOCIAL PROBLEMS, 6 (1958): 21-28.

Vopat, Carole Gottlieb. "Jack Kerouac's ON THE ROAD: A Re-Evaluation," MIDWEST QUARTERLY, 14 (1973): 385-407. Rpt. in JACK KEROUAC, ON THE ROAD: TEXT AND CRITICISM.

Wakefield, Dan. "Jack Kerouac Comes Home." ATLANTIC MONTHLY, July 1965, 69-72.

Walsh, Joy. "Jack Kerouac: The American Alien in America." STREET MAGAZINE, 2, No.4 (1978), 45-52.

Walsh, Joy. ed. MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, 1, Nos. 1-11 (1978-1982). Walsh, Joy. "Kerouac: A Reichian Interpretation," MOODY STREET IRREGULARS: A JACK KEROUAC NEWSLETTER, 1, No.2 (1978): 3-5.

Waterman, Arthur E. "The Novels of Jack Kerouac: An Attempted Rescue." In FLIGHT AND SEARCH: THREE ESSAYS ON THE MODERN AMERICAN NOVEL, 23-41. Atlanta, GA: Georgia State College School of Arts and Sciences Research. Paper Number 7, February 1965.

Webb, Howard W., Jr. "A Hard Stare At Our Top Writers," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 20 December 1964, Books Today section, 1-2.

Webb, Howard W., Jr. "The Singular Worlds of Jack Kerouac." In COMTEMPORARY AMERICAN NOVELISTS, 120-133. Ed. H.T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1964.

Widmer, Kingsley. "The American Road: The Contemporary Novel," UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY REVIEW, 26 (1960): 309-317.

Widmer, Kingsley. "The Hobo Style." In THE LITERARY REBEL, 91-107. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1965.

Woods, Crawford. "Reconsiderations: Jack Kerouac." NEW REPUBLIC, 2 December 1972, 26-30.


Charters, Ann. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS BY JACK KEROUAC, 1939-1975. NY: Ploenix Bookshop, 1975.

Milewski, Robert J. JACK KEROUAC: AN ANNOTATED BIBIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY SOURCES, 1944-1979. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1981.


Ginsberg, Allen. "The Great Rememberer." Introduction to VISIONS OF CODY. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1972. Rpt. in SATURDAY REVIEW: THE ARTS, December 1972, 60-63.

Krim, Seymour. Introduction to DESOLATION ANGELS, ix-xxviii. NY: Putnam's, 1965. Rpt. as "The Kerouac Legacy" in SHAKE IT FOR THE WORLD, SMARTASS, 193-216. NY: Dial, 1970.

Miller, Henry. Preface to THE SUBTERRANEANS. NY: Avon Books, 1958.

Mottam, Eric. Introduction to THE SCRIPTURE OF THE GOLDEN ETERNITY. Second Edition. NY: Corinth Books, 1970.


Albelli, Alfred. "Beat Bard Denies He's The Daddy-O." NEW YORK DAILY NEWS (14 December 1961).

Aronowitz, Alfred. "The Beat Generation." NEW YORK POST (10 March 1959) 4, 64. Rpt. US No.3, THE PAPERBACK MAGAZINE (NY, Bantam Books, May 1970) 100-121, retitled "Would You Run Away From Home to Become a Beatnik if You Knew that the Man Who Wrote ON THE ROAD Lived with His Mother?"

Beatty, Jerome. "Trade Winds." SATURDAY REVIEW (28 September 1957) 6.

Berrigan, Ted. "The Art of Fiction LXI: Jack Kerouac," PARIS REVIEW, 11, No.43 (1968): 60-105. Rpt. JACK KEROUAC, ON THE ROAD: TEXT AND CRITICISM.

"Books and Authors." NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE (22 September 1957) VI,2, Books.

Byers, William. "I Call On Jack Kerouac," LAST WORD, Spring 1960, 4-5, 32-33.

Duncan, Val. "Kerouac Revisited." LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY (18 July 1964) 8W-9W.

Duncan, Val. "Life With The Beat Bard: Some Nights He Writes," CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 12 December 1964, Panorama section, 6.

Duncan, Val. "What Is the Beat Generation, Part Two," NEWSDAY (Garden City, NY), 4 August 1959, 15C.

"Excerpts From An Interview With Jack Kerouac (1964)," STREET MAGAZINE, 1, No.4 (1975): n.p.

"He Scorns 'Beatniks,'" DETROIT NEWS, 24 August 1958, A-2.

"'I Simply Plan a Completely Written Lifetime,'" CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 24 August 1963, Panorama section, 8.

Isaacs, Stan. "Playing Baseball With Jack Kerouac." LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY (17 February 1961).

McClintock, Jack. "Jack Kerouac Is On The Road No More," ST.PETERSBURG TIMES, 12 October 1969, Floridian section, 4, 6-10.

McClintock, Jack. "This Is How The Ride Ends," ESQUIRE, March 1970, 138-139, 188-189.

McDonald, Gregory. "Off The Road ... the Celtic Twilight of Jack Kerouac," BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, 11 August 1968, Globe section, 8, 11-12, 14, 16, 18.

"On The Road Back: How The Beat Generation Got That Way, According to Its Seer," SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 5 October 1958, Highlight section, 18.


Seesny, Diana, ed. "Jack Kerouac At Northport," ATHANOR, 1, Nos.1-3 (1971-1972): 1-24.

Sobol, Louis. "Kerouac Protests Legend." NEW YORK JOURNAL-AMERICAN (8 December 1960).

Tallmer, Jerry. "Jack Kerouac: Back to the Village - but Still on the Road." In THE VILLAGE VOICE READER, 32-34. Ed. Daniel Wolf and Edwin Fancher. NY: Grove Press, 1963.

Twardowicz, Stanley. "Excerpts from an Interview with Jack Kerouac," STREET MAGAZINE, Spring 1975.

Wallace, Mike. "Mike Wallace Asks Jack Kerouac - What Is The Beat Generation?" NEW YORK POST, 21 January 1958, 16.

White, Michael. SAFE IN HEAVEN DEAD. MY: Hanuman Books, 1990.

Wyse, Seymour. Interview by Dave Moore. THE KEROUAC CONNECTION: BEAT BROTHERHOOD NEWSLETTER, Nos.3-6 (July 1984-April 1985).


Charters, Ann. JACK KEROUAC: SELECTED LETTERS, 1940-1956. NY: Viking, 1995.


Montgomery, John. THE KEROUAC WE KNEW: UNPOSED PORTRAITS, ACTION SHOTS. Kentfield, CA: Fels & Firn, 1982.


Duberman, Martin. VISIONS OF KEROUAC, A PLAY. Boston: Little, Brown, 1977.

Knight, Arthur. KING OF THE BEATS. Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 1985.

Lipsky, John. MAGGIE'S RIFF.


JACK KEROUAC'S AMERICA. Produced and directed by John Antonelli. 90 minutes. 1984.

JACK KEROUAC'S ROAD: A FRANCO-AMERICAN ODYSSEY. National Film Board of Canada, 1988. Directed by Hermen Chiasson.

ON THE ROAD WITH JACK KEROUAC. Lowell-born filmmaker, John Antonelli. 73 minutes, 1990.

WEST COAST: BEAT AND BEYOND. Produced and directed by Chris Felver with Gerald Nicosia. 60 minutes. Narrated by Allen Ginsberg. 1984.

WHAT HAPPENED TO KEROUAC? Produced by Lewis MacAdams and Malcolm Hart. Metropolitan Films. 55 minutes. 1985.



(arranged chronologically according to date of publication)


Bond, Alice, "Intense Story of a Man, His Wife and Their Clan of 8 Children," BOSTON SUNDAY HERALD, 19 March 1950, 4-C.

Brooks, John. "Of Growth and Decay," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 5 March 1950, 6.

Bullock, Florence Haxton. "Overall Account of the Currently Young Generation," NEW YORK TRIBUNE BOOK REVIEW, 5 March 1950, 6.

Burns, Jim. "Debut of the Beat Generation," TRIBUNE (London), 16 November 1973, 9.

Davies, Russell. "One more for the road," OBSERVER (London), 19 August 1973, 31.

Dedmon, Emmett. "Family Novel Gets Lost on New York Sidewalks," CHICAGO SUN, 5 March 1950, Book Week section, 4.

Hass, Victor P. "Good Story Lost in Flood of Rhetoric," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 5 march 1950, Magazine of Books section, 4.

Jackson, Joseph Henry. "Breakup of a Family," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 10 March 1950, 20.

Jones, Carter Brooke. "John Kerouac's First Novel Reveals Vigorous New Talent," WASHINGTON STAR, 5 March 1950, C-3.

Jones, Howard Mumford. "Back to Merrimac," SATURDAY REVIEW, 11 March 1950, 18.

McFee, William. "A Family Chronicle of the Thirties," NEW YORK POST, 5 March 1950, M16.

Poore, Charles. "Books of the Times," MEW YORK TIMES, 2 March 1950, 25.

Revere, Richard H. "Fever Chart for Novelists," HARPERS, May 1950, 118, 120.

"The Town and the City," CATHOLIC WORLD, 171 (1950): 72.

"War and Peace," NEWSWEEK, 13 March 1950, 80, 82.

Weiner, Leslie. "The Town and the City," NEW YORK DAILY COMPASS, 22 March 1950, 21.


Adams, Phoebe. "On The Road," ATLANTIC MONTHLY, October 1957, 178, 180.

Algren, Nelson. "Kerouac Deftly Etches The 'Go' Generation," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 8 September 1957, section 3, 4.

Baker, Carlos. "Itching Fell," SATURDAY REVIEW, 7 September 1957, 19, 32-33.

Baro, Gene. "Restless Rebels in Search of - What?" NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE BOOK REVIEW, 15 September 1957, 4.

Beatty, Jerome, Jr. "Trade Winds," SATURDAY REVIEW, 28 September 1957, 6.

Boroff, David, "The Roughnecks," NEW YORK POST, 8 September 1957, M11.

Browne, Ray B. "Vocal, the Frantic Fringe," WASHINGTON POST, 8 September 1957, E7.

Cerulli, Dom. "Charivari," DOWNBEAT, 31 October 1957, 33.

Clay, George R. "A Sleepless Night With the Beat Generation," REPORTER, 17 October 1957, 44-45.

Cooper, Lettice. "New Novels," LISTENER, 29 May 1958, 912.

Curley, Thomas F. "Everything Moves But Nothing Is Alive," COMMONWEAL, 13 September 1957, 595-597.

DeMott, Benjamin, "Cozzens and others," HUDSON REVIEW, 10 (1957-1958): 620-626.

Dempsey, David, "In Pursuit of Kicks," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 8 September 1957, 4.

Feather, Leonard. "Feather's nest," DOWNBEAT, 31 October 1957, 33.

Fitzgerald, John E. "On the Road," EXTENSION, January 1958, 28.

"Flings of the Frantic," NEWSWEEK, 9 September 1957, 115.

Foley, Bernice W. "On the Road," CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 8 September 1957, 42.

Frost, Derland. "New Novel for Young Bohemia," HOUSTON POST, 8 September 1957, Now section, 31.

"The Ganser Syndrome," TIME, 16 September 1957, 120.

Gleason, Ralph. "Kerouac's Beat Generation," SATURDAY REVIEW, 11 January 1958, 75.

Gold, Herbert. "Hip, Cool, Beat -- and Frantic," NATION, 16 November 1957, 75.

Goodman, Paul. "Wingless Wondervogel 1957," MIDSTREAM, 4, No.1 (1958): 98-101. Rpt. as "Review of ON THE ROAD," in GROWING UP ABSURD, 279-284. NY: Vintage, 1960.

Grandsen, K.W. "Adolescence and Maturity," ENCOUNTER, August 1958, 83-85.

Hannon, Leslie. "The Beat Boys," SUNDAY TIMES, (London), 25 May 1958, 6.

Johnson, Peyton K. "Young Author Probes Deep Into Hipster Psychology," SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS, 8 September, 35.

McLellan, Joseph."On the Road," AVE MARIA, 21 December 1957, 27.

Millstein, Gilbert. "Books of the Times," NEW YORK TIMES, 5 September 1957, 27.

Nichols, Luther. "Echoes From the Beat Generation," SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 1 September 1957, Modern Living section, 10.

Oesterreicher, Arthur. "On the Road," VILLAGE VOICE, 18 September 1957, 5.

"On the Road," BEST SELLERS, 15 September 1957, 186.

"On the Road," PLAYBOY, November 1957, 17.

"On the Road," VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW, 34 (1958): x.

Owen, Patricia. "Three Novels," TAMARACK REVIEW, No.5 (1957): 48.

Pickrel, Paul. "On the Road," HARPERS, October 1957, 89-90, 92.

Redman, Ben Ray. "Living It Up With Jack Kerouac," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 6 October 1957, section 4, 4.

Shapiro, Charles. "The 'Beat' Generation: The Romantic Novel's Last Whimper," LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, 22 September 1957, section 4, 6.

Sigal, Clancy. "Nihilisms Organization Man," UNIVERSITIES AND LEFT REVIEW, No.4 (1958): 59-63, 65.

Steggart, Frank X. "On the Road," CRITIC, November 1957, 27.

Tick, Stanley, "America Writes," MEANJIN, 18 (1959): 466.

Wain, John. "The Beat Generation," OBSERVER (London), 18 May 1958, 17.


Adams, Donald J. "Speaking of Books," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 26 October 1958, 2.

Adams, Phoebe. "Dharma Bums," ATLANTIC MONTHLY, October 1958, 89.

Bellman, Samuel L. "On the Mountain," CHICAGO REVIEW, 13, No.1 (1959): 68-72.

Bittner, William. "The Yabyum Set," SATURDAY REVIEW, 11 October 1958, 36.

Boroff, David, "Dem Bums Back," NEW YORK POST, 5 October 1958, M11.

Bridge, John F. "Keats and The Beats," WALL STREET JOURNAL, 2 October 1958, 10.

Champney, Freeman. "Beat-up or Beatific?" ANTIOCH REVIEW, 19 (1959): 114-121.

"Dharma Bums," BEST SELLERS, 15 October 1958, 270.

"Dharma Bums," PLAYBOY, October 1958, 9-10.

"Dharma Bums," VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW, 35 (1959): viii.

Enright, D.J. "From Log Cabin to Nirvana," SPECTATOR, 18 September 1959, 543-544.

Feldman, Irving. "Stuffed Dharma," COMMENTARY, December 1958, 543-544.

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Hogan, William. "Jack Kerouac's Novel About Zen Buddhism," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 2 October 1958, 31.

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Jackson, Robert P. "The Dharma Bums," AMERICAN BUDDHIST, October 1958, 1, 5.

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Klein, Marcus, "Imps from Bottles, Etc." HUDSON REVIEW, 11 (1958-1959): 620-625.

Leonard, William. "Spokesman of the 'Beat' Cult Matures in 2d Novel," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 5 October 1958, Magazine of Books section, 2.

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Poore, Charles, "Books of the Times," NEW YORK TIMES, 2 October 1958, 35.

Ross, Nancy Wilson. "Beat -- and Buddhist," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 5 October 1958, 5, 14.

Rubin, Louis, D., Jr. "Two Gentlemen of San Francisco: Notes on Kerouac and Responsibility," WESTERN REVIEW, 23 (1959): 278-283.

Waterhouse, Keith. "New Novels," NEW STATESMAN, 19 September 1959, 365, 366.

West, Anthony. "Young Man Beyond Anger," NEW YORKER, 1 November 1958, 175-177.

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Adams, Robert Martin. "Fiction Chronicle," HUDSON REVIEW, 11 (1958): 289-290.

Blakeston, Oswell. "Trial of a Salesman," TIME AND TIDE, 16 July 1960, 841.

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Boroff, David. "Beatville, U.S.A.," NEW YORK POST, 23 February 1958, M11.

Coleman, John. "Big Gleeful Hood," SPECTATOR, 8 July 1960, 73.

Dempsey, David. "Diary of a Bohemian, " NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 23 February 1958, 5.

Hogan, William, "Kerouac Abroad and Two Different Works, " SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 2 August 1960, 25.

Kerridge, Roy, "The Subterraneans," PUNCH, 27 July 1960, 140-141.

Kilby, Clyde S. "Love and Loss," NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE BOOK REVIEW, 23 February 1958, 4.

Levin, Martin. "The Cool Crowd," SATURDAY REVIEW, 22 March 1958, 25.

Malcolm, Donald. "Child's Play," NEW YORKER, 5 April 1958, 137-138, 141-142.

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Pinck, Dan. "Digging the San Franciscans," NEW REPUBLIC, 3 March 1958, 20.

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Adams, Phoebe. "Doctor Sax," ATLANTIC MONTHLY, July 1959, 83.

Bangs, Lester. "Doctor Sax, Mexico City Blues (242 Choruses), Lonesome Traveler," ROLLING STONE, 4 March 1971, 60.

Boroff, David. "Mr. Kerouac Again," NEW YORK POST, 3 May 1959, M11.

Coleman, John. "Perserverance," NEW STATESMAN, 19 May 1961, 800-801.

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Corso, Gregory. "Dr. Sax," KULCHUR, No.3 (1961): 96-98.

Dempsey, David, "Beatnik Bogeyman on the Prowl," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 3 May 1959, 28-29.

"Dr. Sax," REPORTER, 11 June 1959, 48.

Gleason, Ralph. "New Kerouac Effort Has Its Moments," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 15 May 1959, 37.

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Korn, Eric. "Off the Road," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 22 April 1977, 477.

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Ackroyd, Peter. "Mawkish Moments," SPECTATOR, 24 August 1974, 246-247.

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Browne, Ray B. "The Art of the Novel: Veritably a Tonic," WASHINGTON POST, 19 July 1959, E7.

Ciardi, John. "In Loving Memory of Myself," SATURDAY REVIEW, 25 July 1959, 22-23.

Daniel, Frank. "Kerouac Novel Hailed As Notable," ATLANTA JOURNAL, 19 July 1959, 2-E.

Dempsey, David. "The Choice Jack Made," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 19 July 1959, 4.

McLaughlin, Richard, "First Love in Lowell," BOSTON GLOBE, 19 July 1959, A-27.

Podell, Albert, N. "A New Kerouac Novel and A Down Beat Comment," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 2 August 1959, section 3, 5.

Straub, Peter, "Cold Comforts," NEW STATESMAN, 13 September 1974, 355.


Creeley, Robert. "Ways of Looking," POETRY, 98(1861): 195-196.

Feinstein, Herbert. "A Free Poet?" PRAIRIE SCHOONER, 34 (1960): 100-101, 168.

Hathaway, Baxter. "Notes, Reviews and Speculations," EPOCH, 19 (1960): 126-128.

Hecht, Anthony. "The Anguish of the Spirit and the Letter," HUDSON REVIEW, 12 (1959-1960): 593-603.

Nyren, Dorothy. "Mexico City Blues," LIBRARY JOURNAL, 1 December 1959, 3777.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "Discordant and Cool," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 29 November 1959, 14.


Balliett, Whitney. "Soft Coal, Hard Coal," NEW YORKER, 27 August 1960, 97-98.

Lea, George. "For Those Who Dig Kerouac," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 2 August 1960, section 3, 4.

Leonard, William. "Kerouac - As Always," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 4 September 1960, Magazine of Books section, 6.

Mitchell, Adrian. "Lyndhurst," NEW STATESMAN, 23 October 1964, 622.

"Sentimental Sainthood," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 29 October 1964, 973.

Talbot, Daniel. "Beat and Screaming," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 19 June 1960, 4.

"Tristessa," MEXICAN LIFE, 36, No.7 (1960): 35-36.


Gieske, Tony. "Kerouac On, Yes, Kerouac," WASHINGTON POST, 25 December 1960, E7.

Haycroft, Colin. "Rake's Progress," NEW STATESMAN, 25 May 1962, 766-767.

"Lonesome Traveler," PLAYBOY, February 1961, 36.

O'Gorman, F.E. "Lonesome Traveler," BEST SELLERS, 15 December 1960, 362.

"On & On, the Road," TIME, 7 November 1960, 112.

"On the Road Again," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 18 May 1962, 359.

Shaw, Russell. "Lonesome Traveler," CRITIC, January 1961, 55-56.

Talbot, Daniel. "On the Road Again," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 27 November 1960, 38.

Trevelyan, Raleigh. "On the Bum," SPECTATOR, 18 May 1962, 659.

Williams, David, "Far Out But Not Beat," PUNCH, 13 June 1962, 919.


Gleason, Ralph J. "The Beatific Vision vs. the Beat Scene," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 5 May 1961, This World section, 28.

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Darack, Arthur. "Big Sur," CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 29 September 1962, 10.

Davenport, G. "Big Sur," NATIONAL REVIEW, 23 October 1962, 325.

De Mott, Benjamin. "Beatnik and James Jones," HARPERS, October 1962, 92.

Donnelly, Tom. "Remembrance of Things Fast," WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS, 17 September 1962, 24.

Gold, Herbert. "Squaring Off the Corners," SATURDAY REVIEW, 22 September 1962, 29.

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Jarrett, Thomas D. "Protest Against American Life: Spokesman for the Beatniks On the Road Once Again, " ATLANTA JOURNAL, 16 September 1962, 6-D.

Jones, D.A.N. "Dharma Daddy," NEW STATESMAN, 25 October 1963, 580-581.

Lease, Benjamin. "Rover Boy Rides Again," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 16 September 1962, section 3, 2.

Levine, Paul. "The Season's Difference," HUDSON REVIEW, 15 (1962-1963): 598-605.

"Lions & Cubs," TIME, 14 September 1962, 106.

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Martin, Ron. "The Road to the Shirshy Sea -- Jack Crackerjack's New Kook Book," DETROIT FREE PRESS, 9 September 1962, section B, 5.

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Ohmann, Richard M. "The Weary Wild Men," COMMONWEAL, 5 October 1962, 49.

Osborne, Lynn. "New Kerouac Novel: Breakdown of Beatnik," MIAMI HERALD, 23 September 1962, 7-F.

Rowland, Stanley J., Jr. "In Search of Mother Love," CHRISTIAN CENTURY, 26 September 1962, 1170, 1172-1173.

Shepard, Jean. "Amid Dark Spectres, A California Crackup," NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE , 16 September 1962, section 6, 7.

Stocking, David M. "A 'Beat' King Cracks Up," MILWAUKEE JOURNAL, 30 September 1962, part 5, page 4.

Truitt, James McC. "Kerouac? Man, He's Slipping," WASHINGTON POST AND TIMES HERALD, 16 September 1962, G7.

"West Coast Madness," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 25 October 1963, 868.

Wiegand, William, "A Turn in the Road for the King of the Beats," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 16 September 1962, 4.


Barrett, William. "Beat and Beatified," ATLANTIC MONTHLY, September 1963, 122-124.

"Children Should Be ...," NEWSWEEK, 9 September 1963, 93.

Curley, Thomas. "Chapters from Kerouac Gospel," COMMONWEAL, 27 September 1963, 19-20.

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Flint, R.W. "Cosmic Comics," NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, 28 November 1963, 5.

Foote, Irving F. "Romantics Indicted: Kerouac's 'Visions' Rates As Moving Book," ATLANTIC JOURNAL, 8 September 1963, 8-D.

Grumbach, Doris. "Visions of Gerard," CRITIC, October-November 1963, 84.

"Kerouac's Small Saint," TIME, 7 September 1963, 86.

Lucey, Beatus T. "Visions of Gerard," BEST SELLERS, 1 October 1963, 226.

Maloff, Saul. "A Yawping at the Grave," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 8 September 1963, 4-5.

Marchand, LaFayette L. "Jack Kerouac Is Kerouac, Still Kerouac," BOSTON GLOBE, 29 September 1963, A-63.

Mitchell, Adrian. "Lyndhurst," NEW STATESMAN, 23 October, 622.

Phelps, Robert. "Tender Kerouac: Spontaneity Is Not Enough," NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE, 8 September 1963, section 6, 3.

Roy, Gregor. "Visions of Gerard," CATHOLIC WORLD, 188 (1963): 132-133.

"Sentimental Sainthood," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 29 October 1964, 973.

Stanley, Donald. "Saintly Memories," SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, 6 September 1963, 33.

Sullivan, Richard. "A Tale Worrying Over Life's Old Question," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 8 September 1963, Magazine of Books section, 4.

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"Visions of Gerard," VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW, 40 (1964): viii.


Algren, Nelson. "His ice-cream cone runneth over," NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE, 16 May 1965, Book Week section, 5, 13.

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Bellman, Samuel L. "A Fevered Snowflake," SATURDAY REVIEW, 12 June 1965, 47.

"Bumbling Bunyan," TIME, 7 May 1965, 110, 112.

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Cook, Bruce. "Through Dullsville with Kerouac," CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 15 May 1965, Panorama section, 8.

Cunliffe, Dave. "Kerouac Prose," PEACE NEWS, 22 July 1966, 8.

"Desolation Angels," CHOICE, September 1965, 387.

"Desolation Angels," PLAYBOY, July 1965, 25.

Gray, Ken." Out of the Ordinary," IRISH TIMES, 21 May 1966, 8.

Kirsch, Robert R. "The Quest of Kerouac and Group," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 23 May 1965, This World section, 30.

"Look Homeward, Hipster," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 26 May 1966, 469.

Maloff, Saul. "A Line Must Be Drawn," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 2 May 1965, 4.

Mazzocco, Robert. "Our Gang," NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, 20 May 1965, 8-9.

Miller, William G. "Kerouac's Lastest More of the Same, " BOSTON GLOBE, 27 May 1965, 15.

Morgan, Edwin. "Passing Through," NEW STATESMAN, 27 May 1966, 784.

"New Fiction," TIME (London), 26 May 1966, 18.

Newman, Charles, "Winsor and Kerouac: Down the Old Road," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 2 May 1965, section 9, 3.

Newquist, Roy. "Desolation Angels," NEW YORK POST, 2 May 1965, 49.

Poore, Charles. "An Elegy for the Beat Syndicate of Writers," NEW YORK TIMES, 4 May 1965, 41.

Price, R.G.G. "A Fitful Backward Glance," PUNCH, 28 December 1966, 970.

Price, R.G.G. "New Novels," PUNCH, 1 June 1966, 820.

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Ward, Bill, "From the Road to a Rocker, Kerouac Finds Destiny in 'Peaceful Sorrow,'" NATIONAL OBSERVER, 17 May 1965, 21.

Wilson, John Rowan. "Modern Musketeers," SPECTATOR, 27 May 1966, 670.

Wordsworth, Christopher. "Dharma-titis," MANCHESTER GUARDIAN WEEKLY, 2 June 1966, 11.

Yanitelli, Victor R. "Desolation Angels," BEST SELLERS, 15 May 1965, 90.


Bartek, Zenka. "Eyeful," TIMES (London), 18 November 1967, 22.

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Cruttwell, Patrick. "Fiction Chronicle," HUDSON REVIEW, 20 (1967): 165.

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Greenfield, Josh. "Eastern exposures," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 5 Febraury 1967, Book Week section, 4-5.

Hendrick, George. "Satori in Paris," BOOKS ABROAD, 41 (1967): 345.

Kisor, Henry. "A Sampling of Varied Talents," CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 24 December 1966, Panorama section, 8.

Maddocks, Melvin. "Kerouac: still on the road," CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, 29 December 1966, 5.

Mara, Maura. "Satori in Paris," BEST SELLERS, 15 December 1966, 350.

Montague, John. "Nuggets from the Stein mine," MANCHESTER GUARDIAN WEEKLY, 28 December 1967, 10.

Moynahan, Julian. "Twenty Beat Years," LISTENER, 27 June 1968, 841-842.

"Other New Novels," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 1 February 1968, 114.

Sarris, Andrew. "More Babbitt Than Beatnik," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 26 February 1967, 5.

"Satori in Paris," PLAYBOY, February 1967, 24.


Bannon, Barbara A. "Vanity of Duluoz," PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, 27 November 1967, 42.

"Be Your Age," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 27 March 1969, 317.

Carruth, Hayden. "An ex-Beat in search of his past," CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 3 February 1968, Panorama section, 9.

Dollen, Charles. "Vanity of Duluoz," BEST SELLERS, 15 February 1968, 442.

Haworth, David, "On the Roadwork," NEW STATESMAN, 21 March 1969, 416.

Hemmings John. "On to Brighton," LISTENER, 10 April 1969, 503.

Holmes, John Clellon. "There's an Air of Finality to Kerouac's Latest," NATIONAL OBSERVER, 5 February 1968, 25.

Lanier, Sterling. "The new Jack Kerouac," BOSTON GLOBE, 11 February 1968, A37.

Lask, Thomas. "Road to Nowhere," NEW YORK TIMES, 17 February 1968, 27.

Maddocks, Melvin. "Hit the spacebar and GO!" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, 21 March 1968, 13.

Richardson, Jack. "Prop Art," NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, 11 April 1968, 34-36.

Rosofsky, Herman L. "Vanity of Duluoz," LIBRARY JOURNAL, 15 February 1968, 772.

"Sanity of Kerouac," TIME, 23 February 1968, 96.

Schaap, Dick. "The pre-hippie hippie pulls off the road," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 4 February 1968, Book Week section, 2.

Sourian, Peter. "One-Dimensional Account," NEW YORK BOOK REVIEW, 18 February 1968, 4.

Tytell, John. "Vanity of Duluoz," CATHOLIC WORLD, 207 (1968):92.


Ritter, Jesse. "Scattered Poems," ROLLING STONE, 14 October 1971, 58.

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Brockway, James. "Pic/The Subterraneans," BOOKS AND BOOKMEN, July 1973, 112.

Burns, Jim. "Kerouac's last road," TRIBUNE (London), 20 April 1973, 7.

Davies, Russell. "Californians at play," OBSERVER (London), 18 March 1973, 37.

Paul, Don. "Pic," ROLLING STONE, 11 May 1972, 68.

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Wordsworth, Christopher. "Voice of the Turtle," MANCHESTER GUARDIAN WEEKLY, 24 March 1973, 25.


Bannon, Barbara A. "Visions of Cody," PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, 13 November 1972, 41.

Blakeston, Oswell. "Visions of Cody," BOOKS AND BOOKEMN, 19, No.7 (1974):89.

Bowering, George. "Visions of Cody," OPEN LETTER, SECOND SERIES, No.5 (1973):95-98.

Broyard, Anatole. "Maunder in the Cafeteria," NEW YORK TIMES, 9 January 1973, 37.

Burns, Jim. "Forties roller-coaster," TRIBUNE (London), 30 November 1973, 11.

Christy, Jim. "Fact - the man could write," GLOBE AND MAIL (Toronto), 20 January 1973, 29.

Cook, Bruce. "Brilliant Moments - and Others - in 'Lost' Kerouac," NATIONAL OBSERVER, 20 January 1973, 21.

Coyne, J.R., Jr. "Visions of Cody," NATIONAL REVIEW, 30 March 1973, 377.

Cross, Leslie. "The 'Beat King' Returns," MILWAUKEE JOURNAL, 28 January 1973, part 5, 4.

Davis, Marc. "Kerouac novel reaffirms his importance as major writer," CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 7 January 1973, Book Week section, 16.

"Hobo concerto," TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, 2 November 1973, 1333.

Kamstra, Jerry. "An Early Chaotic Kerouac Novel," SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 11 February 1973, This World section, 39.

LaSalle, Peter. "Sad Jack Kerouac without the myths: A man of heart who worked and suffered," CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, 24 March 1973, Panorama section, 4.

Latham, Aaron. "Visions of Cody," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, 28 January 1973, 42-43.

Mungo, Raymond. "Manly Love," VOICE, 1 February 1973, 23.

Noble, Donald R. "Visions of Cody," SOUTHERN HUMANITIES REVIEW, 9 (1975): 333-334.

Ravitz, Alec C. "Dreamer in leather jacket," CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER, 7 January 1973, 10-G.

Rhodes, Richard. "Kerouac in perspective: beating a path to the sixties," CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 11 February 1973, Book World section, 1-2.

Rogers, Michael. "Kerouac & Ginsberg: On the Road Again," ROLLING STONE, 12 April 1973, 68.

Salzman, Jack. "End of the Road," WASHINGTON POST, 8 April 1973, Book World section, 3.

Sheppard, R.Z. "Sweet Jack Gone," TIME, 22 January 1973, 71-71.

Soloman, Albert J. "Visions of Cody," BEST SELLERS, 1 February 1973, 488.

Soloman, Carl. "Visions of Cody." In THE BEAT BOOK, 72. Ed. Arthur Winfield Knight and Glee Knight. California, PA: 1974.

Straub, Peter, "One More For the Road," NEW STATESMAN, 23 November 1973, 782.

Taylor, Robert. "Back to Kerouac," BOSTON GLOBE, 23 January 1973, 17.

Tytell, John. "Revisions of Kerouac," PARTISAN REVIEW, 40 (1973): 301-305.

"Visions of Cody," CHOICE, May 1973, 458.

"Visions of Cody," KIRKUS REVIEWS, 15 October 1972, 1214.

"Visions of Cody," NEW YORKER, 17 February 1973, 110.

"Visions of Cody," PLAYBOY, January 1973, 28.

"Visions of Cody," PRAIRIE SCHOONER, 48 (1974): 88.

Warner, Jon M. "Visions of Cody," LIBRARY JOURNAL, 15 September 1972, 2860.

Yaryan, Bill. "Kerouac Revisited: The Beat Goes On," COAST, June 1973, 28-30.


"Heaven, and other poems," CHOICE, January 1978, 1497.


Aronowitz, Alfred G. "Jack Kerouac: 'It's Not At All Dirty,'" NEW YORK POST, 26 March 1959, 8.

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