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Psycho too

Author: Will Self; Ralph Steadman
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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A volume of essays explores the effects of our geographical environment--natural, man-made, or man-manipulated--on our emotions and behavior, and the interplay of surroundings and self.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Will Self; Ralph Steadman
ISBN: 9781608190225 1608190226
OCLC Number: 401152908
Description: 255 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction : Walking to the world --
The Jeremiah tree --
Plenty of room in the asylum --
Hermetic wisdom --
Sodom bypass --
The carpet moves --
No country for wise men --
Gayvaria --
Battersea! --
The crayfish quadrille --
Captain Birdseye --
Small is beautiful --
Agoraphobia --
The Eden reject --
Flu away! --
The green zone --
The inertia of middle age --
The yurt --
Come dancing --
Burning an illusion --
From a dope to a burqa --
My second life --
The sordid act of union --
Desktop Santiago --
Chile con Carne --
Capel-y-Ffin --
On Black Mountain --
So long Toulouse --
Epitaph for a small loser --
Doggerland de Nos Jours --
Cardinism --
Bring me the villa of Alfredo Garcia --
Thirteen million candle power --
Dum-dum want gum gum --
Grisly, man --
Whistlin' in Sausalito --
Horned helmet --
Top 5 winter walks --
RosaFullsizeFuckstick --
Bill Gates --
Before the law --
Peter Grimy --
Heart of lightness --
The great vomit wave of '08 --
I rendezvoused with Thanet --
Maglorian --
Clipping Ralph --
Down and out in Beverly Hills --
Mad masterchef's' tea party --
Hot nuts --
Longshore drifter --
The erosion of truth --
Against the dying of the light
Other Titles: Psycho two
Responsibility: words by Will Self ; pictures by Ralph Steadman.

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A volume of essays explores the effects of our geographical environment--natural, man-made, or man-manipulated--on our emotions and behavior, and the interplay of surroundings and self.

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