By Jack Kerouac
A tender guy searches for which means, creates paintings, and grapples with repute as he traverses the stomping grounds of the Beat Generation—from Mexico urban to Manhattan—in Jack Kerouac’s semi-autobiographical novel
This urgently paced but deeply introspective novel heavily tracks at the street writer Jack Kerouac’s personal existence. Jack Duluoz trips from the Cascade Mountains to San Francisco, Mexico urban, manhattan, and Tangier. whereas operating as a fireplace lookout on Desolation height within the Cascades, Duluoz contemplates his internal void and the distressing isolation attributable to his younger experience of event. In Tangier he suffers the same feeling of desperation in the course of an opium overdose, and in Mexico urban he meets up with a morphine-addicted thinker and seeks an antidote to his solitude in a whorehouse.
As in Kerouac’s different novels, Desolation Angels includes a full of life forged of pseudonymous models of his fellow Beat poets, together with William S. Burroughs (as Bull Hubbard), Neal Cassady (as Cody Pomeray), and Allen Ginsberg (as Irwin Garden). Duluoz attracts readers into the rigors and tribulations of those literary iconoclasts—from drug-fueled writing frenzies and alcoholic self-realizations to frenetic overseas street journeys and tumultuous amorous affairs. reaching literary good fortune comes with its personal outcomes notwithstanding, as Duluoz and his associates needs to face the scrutiny that incorporates emerging to the nationwide level.