The Journey in American Literature
The book On the Road by Jack Kerouac’s explores an alluring, sincere and emotional story of a friendship and four trips across America. The narrator in the story is Sal Paradise who is a young novelist-to-be living with his aunt in Paterson, New Jersey. As most of his friends were out west already, he on invitation of a college friend went to live with him in San Francisco, as well as went on a journey and visited Denver to meet his crazy friend Dean Moriarty (Literary Kicks).
“The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain is about a young boy called Huck who was in quest of freedom and adventure. The shores of the Mississippi River provide the backdrop for the complete book. The book explores the nature, freedom and during his journey he leaned many things from his surroundings (Book Rags).”