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  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1950

Language: English

Find in a Library: 1165357

This is the first major novel published by Kerouac. It also makes up the foundation - the first installment - of his famed, unofficial, autobiographical fiction series, the "Duluoz Legend." "The Town and the City" is set in the fictional town of…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1958

Language: English

Find in a Library: 285385

Another installment of Kerouac's collection of novels known as the "Duluoz Legend." From Grove Press: "Written over the course of three days and three nights, 'The Subterraneans' was generated out of the same kind of ecstatic flash of inspiration…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1966

Language:

Find in a Library: 401934

In perhaps the culminating text of Kerouac's "Duluoz Legend," Jack goes to France to dig up the roots and bloodlines beneath his family name and cultural identity. From the 1985 edition: "'Satori in Paris' is a rollicking autobiographical account of…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1959

Language:

Find in a Library: 28534657

Novel set at the end of Jack's high school days, chronicling an episode of teenage love and the tensions wrought on it when one moves on. Written in and out of the Lowell, Massachusetts of Kerouac's youth. Another piece of Jack Kerouac's…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1959

Language: en

Find in a Library: 6082499

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The spaces and tenements of Lowell, Massachusetts in the 1930s are prowled by a mythic, devilish character in the 'Doctor Sax' of the narrator's imagination. A weaving of real and fantastical images from the Lowell of Kerouac's youth. This title is…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1962

Language: English

Find in a Library: 26089403

One of the later installments in Kerouac's "Dulouz Legend." Jack attempts to make an escape from a life in the public eye to the sea and forest surrounding a remote cabin in Big Sur, the wild of northern California.

  • Author: Therriault, Mary-Carmel

Date: 1945

Thesis Type: Ph. D., Littérature française

Institution: Université Laval

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 77409396

Un oeuvre qui explore le phénomène de la littérature langue française écrit et lit dans la Nouvelle-Angleterre, jusqu'à 1945. Réédité en 1946 par Fides, les Publications de l'Université Laval…

  • Author: Lees, Cynthia C

Date: 2006

Thesis Type: Ph. D., Romance Languages and Literatures

Institution: University of Florida

Language: en; fr

Find in a Library: 658213798

From Lees: "This dissertation examines nine texts written by Franco-American novelists of New England. Themes of migrancy, exile, and cultural survival (la survivance) ground my study. I explore the negotiations of cultural, social, political,…

  • Author: Brière, Eloise
  • Author: Benedict, Marjorie A.

Date: 1984

Language:

Find in a Library: 12743446

Short bibliography of texts relevant to Franco American and Québec studies to be found at the library of SUNY Albany. Divided into the following categories: Reference Material, General Works, Literature and Criticism, Franco-American Authors and…

  • Author: Beavin, Daniel
  • Author: Blachly, Alice
  • Author: Hathaway, Richard
  • Author: Sacher, Andrew

Date: 1979

Language:

Find in a Library: 5243727

A descriptive bibliography of sources related to the history, politics, and peoples of Barre, Vermont. Divided into the following categories: Historical Sources, Politics and Business, Social Life and Organizations, Poets and Writers, Ethnic Sources,…

  • Author: Weisman, Adam Paul

Date: 1995-fall

Publication: The Massachusetts Review

Volume: 36

Language: en

Find in a Library: 482967897

From the author:"This thesis introduces the concept of imaginative colonization in postcolonial literary and cultural studies, which has a particular relevance to the literatures of North America. It argues that the postcolonial experiences of the…

  • Author: Sorrell, Richard S.

Date: 1982 Spring

Publication: MELUS

Volume: 9

Language:

Find in a Library: 482902632

In this short piece, Richard Sorrell casts early twentieth-century writers Jack Kerouac and Grace Metalious into the timeline of Franco-American ethnic integration. Sorrell attempts to illustrate the relationship between these writers' works and…

  • Author: Skinazi, Karen E.H.

Date: 2009

Publication: Canadian Review of American Studies

Volume: 39

Language:

Find in a Library: 630694433

From Skinazi: "This paper will show that, in 'On the Road,' Kerouac reflects on what it is to be a Franco-American man—both American and not....Jack Kerouac believed that his French Canadian roots held the key to his knowledge, despite the fact…

  • Author: Sarkonak, Ralph

Date: 1983

Publication: Yale French Studies

Volume: 65

Language: en

Find in a Library: 482388574

A timeline of important political and cultural events in the history of French Canada and Québec up to 1982, introduced with a short reflection by the author.

  • Author: Rosello, Mireille

Date: 2003

Publication: Yale French Studies

Language:

Find in a Library: 1770272

Professor Rosello writes on Francophone Studies "as a discipline...that can be imagined as a type of unhomeliness," characterized by a variety of conversant cultural or political forms. She argues what Francophone studies is, fluidly - cultural…

  • Author: Robbins, Rhea Côté

Date: 2002-spr/sum

Publication: Québec Studies

Volume: 33

Language: en

Find in a Library: 60628349

Some selections from Waterville, Maine, native Rhea Côté Robbins's memoir, "Wednesday's Child."

  • Author: Pinette, Susan

Date: 2004

Publication: Francophonies d'Amérique

Volume: 17

Language:

Find in a Library: 365528519

Sur la relation entre l'écriture et l'ethnie franco-americaine de Jack Kerouac dans sa texte 'Satori in Paris.' De l'auteur: "L'œuvre de Kerouac crée un lien étroit entre l'ethnie et l'écriture. Ce lien ne se présente pas comme une…

  • Author: Pacini, Peggy

Date: 2006 September

Publication: Comparative American Studies

Volume: 4

Language:

Find in a Library: 441582875

From the author: "An issue lying at the core of analyses of ethnic writing is the way that the question of identity often generates a dialogue between writing and being. American literature in languages other than English engages with this dialogue,…

  • Author: Nicholls, Brendon

Date: 2003

Publication: Modern Fiction Studies

Volume: 49

Language: en

Find in a Library: 364620388

From the author: "The racechanges in Jack Kerouac's fiction originate in racial fetishism. Kerouac's arrested Oedipal narratives and his related myth of Native Canadian ancestry lead to ambivalent identifications with black subjects, who exhibit…

  • Author: Laroussi, Farid
  • Author: Miller, Christopher L.

Date: 2003

Publication: Yale French Studies

Language: en

Find in a Library: 1770272

The preface to an issue of Yale French Studies. Part of the text reads: "This volume of Yale French Studies is concerned with the emergence of new relations between 'French' and 'Francophone' in institutions, in pedagogy, and in interpretations of…

  • Author: Madore, Nelson (editor)
  • Author: Rodrigue, Barry H. (editor)
  • Author: Miller, Corinna (editor)
  • Author: Hébert, Chase (editor)
  • Author: Beaupré, Normand (French language editor)

Date: 2007

Language: en

Find in a Library: 131062883

Celebrated collection of essays, stories, poems, songs, art, and other works on the history of Franco American people and their communities in Maine. Features the following writings by their respective authors, in order of appearance: Foreword by…

  • Author: Kerouac, Jack

Date: 1968

Language:

Find in a Library: 244367

Written in 1967, near the end of Kerouac's life, "Vanity of Duluoz" moves into Jack's university exploits, through his Merchant Marine life, and all around the important Manhattan context in which the Beat Movement's origins are often situated.…

  • Author: Ham, Edward B.

Date: 1937 November

Publication: Modern Language Notes

Volume: 52

Language: en

Find in a Library: 479270094

A description of Manchester, New Hampshire's ACA library: its holdings, its scholars, and its intentions. Refers also to Woonsocket, Rhode Island's Union-St-Jean-Baptiste Library. Written by a 1930s Yale scholar.

  • Author: Gill, Robert M.

Date: 1978 Autumn

Publication: American Review of Canadian Studies

Volume: 8

Language:

Find in a Library: 60621291

Gill explores French Canadian societies through the lens of its literatures, particularly those coming from Quebec. He introduces his efforts with a brief illustration of the rise and fall of New France, where he claims that French Canadians have…

  • Author: Gauvin, Lise
  • Author: Henderson, Emma (translator)

Date: 1983

Publication: Yale French Studies

Language:

Find in a Library: 482387950

An exploration of the debates within the Québec literary community regarding the function of literature as a language tool. A discussion about joual and the French language in Québec from the 1960s onward.

  • Author: Doty, C. Stewart

Date: 1994

Publication: Canadian Review of American Studies

Volume: 24

Language:

Find in a Library: 44653568

From EBSCOhost: "Provides a critique of Québécois literary figure Louis Dantin's writings. Dantin's perspective on the American scene unlike other intellectuals of the Québec diaspora. Examples of Dantin's writings that demonstrated how his…

  • Author: Choquette, Leslie

Date: 2002 Spring/Summer

Publication: Québec Studies

Volume: 33

Language:

Find in a Library: 60628349

Director of Assumption College's French Institute (Worcester, MA), Leslie Choquette, interviews Franco-American writer and Waterville, Maine, native, Grégoire Chabot. The interview touches upon Chabot's youth, his decision to write in French, and…

  • Author: Chartier, Armand B.

Date: 1976 Autumn

Publication: Modern Language Studies

Volume: 6

Language:

Find in a Library: 484628221

From Chartier: "The following bibliography is a personal response to a growing number of demands from colleagues wishing to become acquainted with the rapidly expanding field of French-Canadian literature. This bibliography lays no claim whatever to…

  • Author: Bensmaia, Reda
  • Author: Waters, Alyson

Date: 2003

Publication: Yale French Studies

Language:

Find in a Library: 482413336

Professor Bensmaia's thoughts on "Francophone" as a designator replacing "French" in the world of literary studies, and his participation in the academic opening of the French literature discipline to the contributions of French-speaking peoples…

  • Author: Aubé, Mary Elizabeth
  • Author: Frenette, Yves

Date: 1992

Publication: Francophonies d'Amérique

Language:

Find in a Library: 55667210

Un bref essai sur «Papa Martel», un roman franco-américains par Gerard Robichaud de Lewiston, Maine. Les auteurs-ci discutent la rélation entre la tradition culturelle et les changements que Robichaud illustre avec les…