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Adventure and adventurers
|Material Type:||Fiction, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||336 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Chapter I: Which is mostly about names and family relationships --
Chapter 2: Which is mostly about the things that happen after funerals --
Chapter 3: In which there is a family reunion --
Chapter 4: Which concludes with an evening of wine, women and song --
Chapter 5: In which we examine the many consequences of the morning after --
Chapter 6: In which Fat Charlie fails to get home, even by taxi --
Chapter 7: In which Fat Charlie goes a long way --
Chapter 8: In which a pot of coffee comes in particularly useful --
Chapter 9: In which Fat Charlie answers the door and spider encounters flamingos --
Chapter 10: In which Fat Charlie sees the world and Maeve Livingstone is dissatisfied --
Chapter 11: In which Rosie learns to say no to strangers and Fat Charlie acquires a lime --
Chapter 12: In which Fat Charlie does several things for the first time --
Chapter 13: Which proves to be unlucky for some --
Chapter 14: Which comes to several conclusions.
- Anansi (Legendary character) -- Fiction.
- Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
- Brothers -- Fiction.
- Gods -- Fiction.
- Anansi (Legendary character)
- Fathers and sons.