Kerouac legacy

Since 1994, when Gerald Nicosia agreed to support Jan Kerouac in her lawsuit to recover her father's papers and place them in a library, he has been involved -- first as sympathetic observer, then as Jan Kerouac's literary executor (1996-1999), and now simply as observer and commentator -- in what is happening to the vast body of letters, manuscripts, notebooks, etc., that Jack Kerouac left behind, and which, at present (April 2001), is still not available to the public for study, as Jack Kerouac himself wanted it to be.

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