By Jack Kerouac
Satori in Paris and Pic, of Jack Kerouac's final novels, exhibit the striking diversity and flexibility of his mature expertise. Satori in Paris is a rollicking autobiographical account of Kerouac's look for his historical past in France, and lands the writer in his customary milieu of seedy bars and all-night conversations. Pic is Kerouac's ultimate novel and considered one of his most unique. Narrated via ten-year-old Pictorial overview Jackson in a North Carolina vernacular, the unconventional charts the adventures of Pic and his brother slender as they shuttle from the agricultural South to Harlem within the Forties.