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Alan Joseph Ansen was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised there and at Woodmere, Long Island. Through Auden's friend Chester Kallman, Ansen met Cannastra and hence Kerouac, Ginsberg and Holmes.
In 1937 fought in the Spanish Civil War, one of two Americans chosen to lead guerrilla warfare behind Franco's lines. Several of his pieces of writing published in the New Masses.
During World War II he trained as an OSS member in Washington, but lost a hand in a grenade accident while instructing new recruits. Toward the end of his life he was poet James Schuyler's lover, and features in the latter's poem "Dining Out with Doug and Frank" as "A dark Finn who looked not unlike a butch version of Valentino." Died of leukemia and is buried in Long Island National Cemetery.
Later a Government missile technician and owner of a television shop in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Separated from Caroline in 1964 and, in 1965, married a woman he had met in southern California.
Kerouac's nephew, the son of Caroline and Paul Blake. After his mother's death Paul went with his father to live in San Pedro, California, and later in Anchorage, Alaska.
Virginia returned to New York and worked as a guitar-playing folksinger in Greenwich Village as Ginny Mayhew, using her mother's maiden name.
Studied the Japanese martial art Aikido in 1961 and became the director of the New York Aikikai 1963-64, although often taking side jobs as a belly dancer at a Greek night club to help pay the rent. Twice married: to Charles Morisette, 1937, and Paul Blake, 1945. Lived in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and Orlando, Florida with her second husband and son, where Jack and his mother frequently visited.
His work as director also included "11 Harrowhouse" (1974), and "End of the Road" (1970), which he scripted from John Barth's 1958 novel. English philosopher, noted for his work on logical positivism, his book Language, Truth and Logic (1936) being the first exposition of the subject in the English language. A girlfriend of Kerouac's (who wrote about her as "Dark Eyes" in his journals), she married his friend Hal Chase in 1949.
Accompanied Chase to Mexico in 1951, where he studied at Mexico City College, but they separated shortly afterwards.
Separated from her husband Paul in 1964, and a few months later died of a heart attack.
Paul Edward Blake was the second husband of Kerouac's sister Caroline.