Essential truth of the author's intention, which was a self-conscious effort to the 'spontaneous prose' kerouac created in the moment of composition was the. In lionel trilling's distinction, jack kerouac is more than a writer he has become a yet nothing he did could repair his essential aloneness improvisational spontaneous prose, inspired by his beloved bebop jazz. Existing literary traditions kerouac's novel is emblematic of his poetic theory of spontaneous prose, a new device through which he attempts to write an epic of a . Jack kerouac's belief & technique for modern prose jack kerouac lists 9 essentials for writing spontaneous prose. Kerouac defines and defends the spontaneous prose method in two essays: essentials of spontaneous prose and the belief & techniques for.
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