[Collection of material about Edie Parker Kerouac's "You'll be okay: my life with Jack Kerouac"] 2007


[Collection of material about Edie Parker Kerouac's "You'll be okay: my life with Jack Kerouac"] 2007

Reviews in the form of web printouts and periodical pages; letter concerning reviews to City Lights staff.

[29] leaves : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.

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Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969

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Jean-Louis Lebris de Kérouac (March 12, 1922 – October 21, 1969), known as Jack Kerouac, was an American novelist of French Canadian ancestry, who, alongside William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, was a pioneer of the Beat Generation. Raised in a French-speaking home in Lowell, Massachusetts, Kerouac learned English at age six and spoke with a marked accent into his late teens. Kerouac spent much of his youth engaged in sports and other physical activities. His athletic prowess earned him a...

Kerouac, Edie Parker, 1923-1992

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Frankie Edith Parker (1922-1993) was Jack Kerouac's first wife, from 1944 until their separation in 1946 and legal annulment in 1952. Henri Cru (1921-1992) was Kerouac's friend at Horace Mann Preparatory School in New York City. Parker and Cru dated until Cru introduced Parker to Kerouac in 1942. Kerouac kept in touch with both Parker and Cru until his death in 1969. From the description of Edie Parker and Henri Cru papers, 1883-2004. WorldCat record id: 70660753 ...

City lights books

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City Lights Books, the first all paperback bookstore in the country, was started in San Francisco in 1953 by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, in partnership with Peter Martin. Situated in North Beach on Columbus Avenue, it quickly became the center for the beat poets and other experimental writers who figured strongly in the city's literary renaissance. From the description of City Lights Books records, 1953-1970. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 227535655 ...