Earwitness Testimony: Sound and Sense, Word and Void in Jack Kerouac’s Old Angel Midnight

“the ineluctable modality of the audible” – James Joyce UlyssesSo much of Jack Kerouac’s writing seems impelled by an impatience with all verbal restraints and by an urgent purpose that strains to push and pivot, dodge and drive – like the star running back Kerouac once was – past syntax and grammar and language itself in order to touch a truth beyond language. Nowhere in … [Read more...]