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|Statement||by Bruce Carnes.|
|Series||Boise State University Western writers series ; no. 12, Boise State University western writers series ;, no. 12.|
|LC Classifications||PS3561.E667 Z6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||77370938|
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Novelist Ken Kesey wrote 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' and is credited with helping to usher in the era of psychedelic drugs in the s. Synopsis Ken Kesey was born in , in La Junta Born: Immortalised in Tom Wolfe’s book, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, published in , it was the trip - in every sense of the word - that gave birth to the psychedelic age, and that made Kesey 5/5. Ken Kesey was born in and grew up in Oregon. He graduated from the University of Oregon and later studied at Stanford with Wallace Stegner, Malcolm Cowley, Richard Scowcroft, and Frank O' Connor. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, his first novel, was published in /5(23). Most people only know of Ken Kesey, the novelist, because of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Some people know of him as the grand master of the Merry Pranksters in all their counter-cultural madness. "Either you're on the bus or you're off the bus." Sometimes A Great Notion was his second novel. It is long, it is deep, it is a bit experimental, but it is also considered his masterpiece/5.
Published in , the book was based on Kesey's experiences at a war veterans' mental hospital in California, where, in , he became a paid volunteer in experiments with mind- . Ken Kesey, the older of two sons, was born on Septem , in La Junta, Colorado. In the family moved to Springfield, Oregon, where Kesey spent several years on his family's farm. He was raised in a religious household where he developed a great appreciation for Christian fables and a Christian ethical system. Ken Kesey, in full Ken Elton Kesey, (born Septem , La Junta, Colorado, U.S.—died Novem , Eugene, Oregon), American writer who was a hero of the countercultural revolution and the hippie movement of the s.. Kesey was educated at the University of Oregon and Stanford a Veterans Administration hospital in Menlo Park, California, he was a paid volunteer. Caverns is a novel written collaboratively as an experiment by Ken Kesey and a creative writing class that he taught at the University of Oregon. The cover of the book says it was written by O.U. Levon—the name of this supposed author, spelled backwards, is "novel U.O.". The full list of authors is: Robert Blucher, Ben Bochner, James Finley, Jeff Forester, Bennett Huffman, Lynn Jeffress, Ken Author: Ken Kesey.