Bruntal effect

We extract certain author’s key words but also topics regularly repeated in their neighborhoods, accompanied with sentiments. Such linguistic habits show us the personality of a targeted individual.

Kerouac is cold all the time

a superhapax winter
a stable topic of migration from place to place
traveling to warmer weather, to the West
a supertopic car
feeling of unsettlement

Although Gene was white there was something of the wise and tired old Negro in him, and something very much like Elmer Hassel, the New York dope addict, in him, but a railroad Hassel, a traveling epic Hassel, crossing and recrossing the country every year, south in the winter and north in the summer, and only because he had no place he could stay in without getting tired of it and because there was nowhere to go but everywhere, keep rolling under the stars, generally the Western stars.

The very end of the On the Road: So Dean couldn’t ride uptown with us and the only thing I could do was sit in the back of the Cadillac and wave at him. The bookie at the wheel also wanted nothing to do with Dean. Dean, ragged in a motheaten overcoat he brought specially for the freezing temperatures of the East, walked off alone, and the last I saw of him he rounded the corner of Seventh Avenue, eyes on the street ahead, and bent to it again. Poor little Laura, my baby, to whom I’d told everything about Dean, began almost to cry.


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