I would have many questions to ask him to get a better understanding of him and how he thinks. The first question I think I would ask him is if he was happy with the impact he had on the world. I would want to know if he was satisfied with the life he lived, or if he thinks he should have done more and lived it to its fullest extent. I would want to know what he regrets doing and not doing. More specifically I would like to know if he would have ever guessed that the outrageous behavior that set him apart in his generation would become mainstream like it is now. I think Jack would have some interesting ideas about the youth of today and the future. Lastly I would want to know if he was disappointed that his moral message has been all but lost in the twenty-first century.
Jack Kerouac didn’t lead the best life someone could live. He was by no means a saint. He was something special though, a revolutionary. His ideas sparked a new type of thinking with young people. The beatniks gave way to the hippies and Kerouac had a direct affect on modern liberalism. I can think of few people who deserve a biography more than he does. Although by no means did he lead a perfect life, Jack Kerouac lead a remarkable