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What Happened Later by Ray Robertson

It's a book that interweaves two stories: the imagined road trip of American beat novelist sensation Jack Kerouac to re-connect with his French-Canadian roots and the story of a young boy named Ray Robertson growing up in Chatham, Ontario who discovers his literary forefathers through rock music. The Link's book reviewer Priscila Uppal joins Marc Montgomery from Toronto to talk about What Happened Later by Ray Robertson (Published in paperback by Thomas Allen Publishers, $19.95).

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Canadian author Priscila Uppal explores literature from Canada and beyond.

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