Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Mary Jane's Book Club: On the Road

"Then the strangest thing happened. Everybody became so high that usual formalities were dispensed with and the things of immediate interest were concentrated on, and now it was the strangeness of Americans and Mexicans blasting together on the desert and, more than that, the strangeness of seeing in close proximity the faces and pores of skins and calluses of fingers and general abashed cheekbones of another world." - Sal Paradise

On the Road, pg. 286
By Jack Kerouac
Published 1955


Caitlin said...

I love that picture.

nyc fashion said...

Beautiful photo and words. I love your blog.

--Sanam-- said...

Great photo, i love the affect the sun's glare has on the picture :D

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