Carolyn Cassady's account tells of life "Off The Road" with her husband, Neal Cassady, her lover Jack Kerouac and the lover of them both, Allen Ginsberg. Jack Kerouac, biographer of the beat generation, and Ginsberg, its most fervent activist, were united in their love for Neal, whom they acknowledged as their muse. Described by Carolyn as both a monster and a madman, a saint and a delinquent, Cassady lived in a revolutionary way.
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Book Description Flamingo, An Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, hammersmith (London),cm., 1991. Book Condition: NUOVO. cm.16x19,7, pp.(10),435,(3), 27 ill. in 16 tavv.in bn.ft., hammersmith (London),cm. Flamingo, An Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers 1991, cm.16x19,7, pp.(10),435,(3), 27 ill. in 16 tavv.in bn.ft., br., cop.fig. (interni ingialliti, altrimenti copia come nuova.) br., cop.fig. (interni ingialliti, altrimenti copia come nuova.). Bookseller Inventory # 199909
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