Jack Kerouac's Personally Owned Danish Translation of "The Subterraneans", Estate Certified
A Danish translation of one of Jack Kerouac's classic texts, The Subterraneans, once in the personal library of the famous Beatnik himself. The volume is stamped on the title page with the Jack Kerouac Estate stamp and the raised blind seal from Executor of the Estate, John Sampas.
Jack Kerouac (1922-1969), the famous American writer who brought us On The Road (1957), enjoys immense popularity in Europe. Europeans view Kerouac as a symbol of the best characteristics of the American spirit: curiosity, honesty, independence, and persistence. The lot is comprised of: Jack Kerouac, De Underjordiske (Copenhagen: Steen Hasselbalch Forlag, 1964). Translated "from the American" into Danish by Elsa Gress Wright. Isolated minor water stains to the front and back covers and few front and back pages, else very good. This Danish language edition runs 152pp. 12mo. Originally published as Jack Kerouac, The Subterraneans (New York: Grove Press, 1958).
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