Allen Ginsberg’s Hand-Annotated Photos of the Beat Generation

Allen Ginsberg’s Hand-Annotated Photos of the Beat Generation

Allen Ginsberg - Jack Kerouac, railroad brakeman’s rule-book in pocket… 206 East Street near Tompkins Park, Manhattan, probably September 1953 Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen.

Les seuls gens vrais pour moi sont les fous, ceux qui sont fous d’envie de vivre, fous d’envie de parler, d’être sauvés, fous de désir pour tout à la fois, ceux qui ne baillent jamais et qui ne disent jamais de banalités, mais qui brûlent, comme des feux d’artifice extraordinaires, qui explosent comme des araignées dans les étoiles, et en leur centre on peut voir la lueur bleue qui éclate et tout le monde fait « Waou ! »  Jack Kerouac, Sur la route

Les seuls gens vrais pour moi sont les fous, ceux qui sont fous d’envie de vivre, fous d’envie de parler, d’être sauvés, fous de désir pour tout à la fois, ceux qui ne baillent jamais et qui ne disent jamais de banalités, mais qui brûlent, comme des feux d’artifice extraordinaires, qui explosent comme des araignées dans les étoiles, et en leur centre on peut voir la lueur bleue qui éclate et tout le monde fait « Waou ! » Jack Kerouac, Sur la route

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'How To Be An Explorer Of The World: Portable Life Museum' Book by Keri Smith Always keep a journal of your explorations, adventures and travels so that you can give advice to others on how to become an explorer much like yourself.

Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don't be sorry. - Jack Kerouac #WWWQuotesToLiveBy

9 Steps to Staying Motivated, for Artists, Makers, and Creative Freelancers

"Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don't be sorry." Travel quote by Jack Kerouac.

Jack Kerouac (1922 - 1969) His first novel, The Town and the City, was published in 1950. On the Road, although written in 1951 (in a few hectic days on a scroll of newsprint), was not published until 1957 - it made him one of the most controversial and best known writers of his time

“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.” - Jack Kerouac, On the Road Happy birthday, Jack. We called ahead. More Jack Kerouac.

Jack Kerouac was actually a native French speaker. His parents were both French Canadian and moved to Lowell, Mass where Jack was born. His Christian name is Jean Louis Lebris de Kerouac. Many critics attribute his bizarre ability to write poetic run-on sentences to the fact that English grammar rules weren't as natural to him as French ones. -mcd

✔️ Jack Kerouac was actually a native French speaker. His parents were both French Canadian and moved to Lowell, Mass where Jack was born. His Christian name is Jean Louis Lebris de Kerouac.

JACK KEROUAC-ON THE ROAD (PENGUIN EDITION) - Skateboards Amsterdam

Jack kerouac-on the road (penguin edition)

JACK KEROUAC-ON THE ROAD (PENGUIN EDITION) - Skateboards Amsterdam

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