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I got quickly involved in this book finding the story engaging as a plain, honest telling of how lives go. For that and the simple fact that his life was just so f-ing interesting, he gets bumped from 2 to 3 stars. Nordfriesische Grabhugelnamen Mit Anthroponymem Erstglied: Only stupid people would ask for Cassidy to punctuate or trrcio his writing style.

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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? And then his selected writings and letters were very enjoyable.

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Cassady was an asshole. New Philosophical Essays by Timothy Chappell. English Choose a language for shopping. A useful addition to the Beat Literature canon. But this work was just wordy and plain and mostly uninteresting.

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I don’t know how Cassady managed to write about being sexual active at the age of 7, or being homeless and traveling the country on train cars in a way that didn’t elicit a bit of curiosity on my part but he found a way.


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It’s a document, not a book, a sample of his jazz-riffing style of speech. His writing is almost plodding, which I found ironic, given his irr If I were going to create a list of must-read American memoirs, The First Third would be on the list.

The fact that it was written by him just makes it all the better. Also, there is a lot of bonus material which is interesting. Which is ridiculous, as I said before, as the first half of this book plods horribly. The hustler bus driver who inspired seemingly everyone who had a public voice in the Beat scene, ‘s, predictably, didn’t have the patience to finish his own autobiography.

Beyond Neal being a counter-culture hero or anti-hero, beyond the protagonist of novels, Neal—father, husband, son, brother—a flawed and damaged human with a family, children, a man who went out in the world with little more than a high IQ and a lot of charm and fast talk and exceptional driving skills, and somehow earned a living, and in his own imperfect way, did what he could for as long as he could.


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Still worth reading though – just for the history. Tournament of Hearts by Cathleen Clare. The real gems of the book were the short pieces about Cassidy’s years schlepping around the country looking for some tail or a ride-share from Tallahassee to LA or wherever preferably a ride-share involving some tail. Things Seen and Unseen: More Bible Wisdom for Modern Times: Eye Walker by Barbara Miller.

Streets of Gotham, Vol. Biedermeier by Werner Hofmann [Ebook]: Beauty is the Beast, Vol. Neal Cassady is a fascinating character – you might know him as Dean Moriarty in On The Road, one of Jack Kerouac’s closest friends and a hugely underrated member of the beat movement.