Definition of Kerouac, Jack in English:

Kerouac, Jack

Syllabification: Ker·ou·ac, Jack
Pronunciation: /ˈkero͞oˌak
 
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( 1922–69), US novelist and poet; born Jean-Louis Lebris de Kérouac. A leading figure of the beat generation, he is best known for his semiautobiographical novel On the Road (1957). Other notable works: Doctor Sax (1959) and Big Sur (1962).

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