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Offbeat: Collaborating with Kerouac by  David AMRAM - Paperback - First edition - 2002 - from Sad Paradise Books and

Offbeat: Collaborating with Kerouac

by AMRAM, David

Condition: Near Fine,

New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2002. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine,. A very neat, square copy. First printing. Octavo in illustrated wrapper, 309 pages including black and white plates, index. A tiny dog-ear on front panel. Amram recounts his enduring friendship and artistic collaborations with Kerouac including the now classic film 'Pull my Daisy'. An important memoir of Kerouac, told by 'an ever-enthusiastic and energetic travel guide, taking you along in this extraordinary account of their adventures from 1956 until Kerouac's death in 1969.'

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Includes index.


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