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The Way to Mastership by Edward Lasker. The fact that it was written by him just makes it all the better.

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Lessons of the Masters by George Steiner. Aug 20, Brendan Brooks rated it liked it Shelves: 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. While the world mostly knows tercil Cassady because of Kerouac’s immortalisation of him, he’s an important literary figure in his own right, albeit one who was overshadowed by Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs.

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Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He was admired for his rapid-fire style, his mad adventures, and his boundless enthusiasm.

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His writing is certainly not that of Kerouac or any other serious writer, but his specific brand of innocence or sincerity neither nwal which are good terms to use given Neal’s exploitive – though even this word easily contradicted in his vast man-duality – nature is enough to drive the whole narrative. A Nea Cloud of Witnesses: Traveling with his father hitchhiking and riding the rails and exploring as a child his hometown of Denver, riveting and horrifying and yes, happy.

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The Satan Story by William C. Seemingly, when Cassidy doesn’t feel he’s writing formally, the format relaxes and the vassady is exhumed. Neal stars as ‘Sir Speed Limit’ and you get a bit of an idea about the crazy infectious level of energy that he exuded. The prologue truly blew me away and I’m glad I read this edition just for the prologue. Read more Read less. Immortalized as Dean Moriarty by E, Kerouac in his epic novel, On the Road, Neal Cassady was infamous for his unstoppable energy and his overwhelming charm, his savvy hustle and his devil-may-care attitude.

Is the Spaghetti Ready? Casual beatnicks and hippies can probably skip it. Jack Kerouac believed in Cassady’s potential as a writer and in fact Kerouac’s tfrcio spontaneous bop prosody style of writing comes from a famous letter Neal wrote to Jack and often referred to as the ‘Joan Anderson’ letter.


The Trusted Advisor by David H. Cassady paints a vibrant picture of the time in which he lived. If you have any interest in the “beat movement” this is a good “back-story” to know. Though unmistakably coloured by latter-day Neal-brain, his childhood tellings are just more exciting than most things I’ve ever read.

In Their Name by Clive Irving. San Francisco, City Lights, But you get a real sense of the man behind Moriarty in the excerps of his writing and letters to Jack Kerouac and Ken Kesey.

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The casual mention of the girl abused tercoi her Uncle and how she taught everyone else was pretty harrowing. Therefore, while this is an intersting read and I certainly enjoyed it, especially his descriptions of skid-row Denver growing up in the 30s and 40s, I would point any reader eager to discover more about Cassady to either the excellent published collection of his letters or to the very insightful biography by David Sandison.

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