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    Forget, for the moment, about On the Road anyone about to read Kerouac should start here Dr Sax is the crystallization of Kerouac s creative integrity and vision Here, his style is unencumbered by the editorial corrections that helped make On the Road a best seller, but compromised its thematic execution and the imagination that produced the mythical Dr S...


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    Oh God what a magnificent book with language so beautiful that I have to gasp between sentences Kerouac himself said it was his personal favorite while drunk during an interview for Italian tv No one I mean, no one has ever captured the ter...


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    Thing is, most of Kerouac s work is not linear and neat and tidy It s poorly punctuated stream of consciousness, skipping from image to image to emotion to sensation So if you think you like Kerouac because you liked On the Road, you may not like this book And if you only like Kerouac when he s writing traditionally crafted fiction, then maybe you just don t like Kerouac.Not all of Kerouac s books deserve 4 or 5 stars, but this one earned it The genius of it is that he recounts as if he were still a child the moments in his childhood when he realized his childhood was ending, and that Dr Sax was coming to carry him away into the rest of his life Losing a prize marble, surviving a devastating flood as others suffered, watching a man die, finally plucking up the courage to take a midnight trip through town to explore the ruined haunted house he d always feared and wondered about these are t...


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    It took me a couple of times to get through Dr Sax Kerouac is my favorite and I feel a crazy connection with him, but for heaven s sake You can tell that this was written when he was hanging out with stupid, trippy Burroughs It has a lot of the Electric Kool Aid test in it as in disturbing imagery, nonsense alliteration, etc The times that I really started to enjoy it was when he left ...


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    Seems like Jack Kerouac can go wrong after all This novel showed me personally how wonderful ideas do not automatically guarantee a wonderful story In a lot of ways, Doctor Sax is as pure as writing can get It feels raw, unpolished, honest On an emotional level, this makes it extremely personal from a reader point s of view, however, boring Kerouac has always phrased his thoughts in a stream of consciousness style, yet I personally prefer his stories after their fair share of editing It s a shame, since the ideas here a...


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    The subtitle of the novel is Faust Part Three The scene is Textile town working class blue collar drudge filled Beyond the dark woods and the brown ominous serpentine Merrimac River lies the Castle, near the corner of Bridge and 16th, including vampire Count Condu flown from Budapest, and mysterious green faced creeping caped Doctor Sax from Butte, all haunting Jack Kerouac s childhood and memories in Lowell This is an awesome read, filled alternately with sad incredibly effective nostalgia, heart warming scenes of affection, love, community and friendship, sudden unexpected humor, and the haunting fears of youth I have never experienced as much emotion from a book as this one It is a treasure, and a surprise to me, as I d never heard of Dr Sax until I decided to read the Duluoz series.Kerouac is definitely channeling a bit of Joyce, and there are a few tedious parts, but much of it is glorious loopy language, or rhythmic sound and pacing, that somehow induces emotion and feeling, and personally, conjured many memories from my own childhood and neighborhood, and of a 1930 s youth that echoes my o...


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    This was a sad read for me, marking the time in my life when I definitively fell out of love with Kerouac There are, to be sure, flashes of brilliance in Dr Sax, but the overall meandering stream of consciousness this time tryin...


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    This actually applies to the audio play best I can describe a screenplay turned into an audiobook.Well, it was interesting Not bad, and it s hard to complain too much about a work that s that short It would have been a fairly good kid s fantasy story along the lines of something Neil Gaiman might have written, except Kerouac was delib...


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    Dr Sax is a cool, surreal and proficient beat novel The narrative dream logic glides through a world of magical realism surrounding the protagonist s life Beautiful, sometimes profane, always interesting, I consider this Kerouac s best A potent flight of the imagination.

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