Completing the Penguin Modern Classics collection of Kerouac's finest works.
One of the final works in Kerouac's 13-book Proustian memoir to join the Penguin Modern Classics.
With an introduction by Alan Ginsberg, Kerouac's first and most important poem joins the Penguin Modern Classics.
An exhilarating compilation of journal entries about Jack Kerouac's travels, now in A-format.
Fifty new books, celebrating the pioneering spirit of the Penguin Modern Classics series, from inspiring essays to groundbreaking fiction and poetry.
A major literary event: a stunning collection of long lost, never-before-published, and newly translated writings by the legendary author of On the Road.
This third Library of America volume devoted to the writings of Jack Kerouac presents three powerful works, each highlighting different aspects of his turbulent life and incandescent literary gift.
Lost mysteriously in 1944, it is now published for the first time, along with Kerouac's revealing notes, sketches, reflections and correspondence from the time.
The Sea is My Brother is Jack Kerouac's very first novel, begun shortly after his tour as a merchant sailor in 1942.