Ken Kesey | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Randall Sullivan

This literature criticism consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis & critique of Ken Kesey.
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Critical Essay by Randall Sullivan

SOURCE: Sullivan, Randall. “And We Bid You Good Night.” Rolling Stone, nos. 885-886 (27 December 2001-3 January 2002): 62, 144.

In the following essay, Sullivan reports on the events of Kesey's memorial service.

“Who the hell was ever from Oregon?” some unnamed sophisticate asks in Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. Ken Kesey was—and proud of it. Kesey's memorial service in Eugene on November 14th was a testament to how essential a man can be not only to his time but also to his place.

The people—more than 1,000—who overfilled the old McDonald Theater were themselves evidence of how broadly Kesey had penetrated the heart of the state he called home. “The last time I saw him in the hospital, Ken told me he was...

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