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When jack kerouac’s on the road first appeared in 1957, readers instantly felt the beat of a new literary rhythm a fictionalised account of his own journeys across. Kerouac’s masterpiece on the road is based on wild, improvised trips he took across the us follow in his footsteps to the five cities that kept calling him back.
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