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  1. What is it that Dean and Sal in these chapters from Kerouac's On the Road are longing for? Are they trying to escape something, or are they trying to find something? Explain.
  2. What does the last paragraph of Kerouac's On the Road suggest?
  3. Both Kerouac's and Ginsberg's works have a heavy sense of nostalgia, though it is never overly sentimental. What are these writers nostalgic for? What do we learn from their longing?
  4. What is Ginsberg's anger directed toward in the first two sections of Howl?

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