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Rousseau moon

Author: David Cameron
Publisher: Glasgow : 11/9, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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These stories are pictures of contemporary life and primitive longing, peopled by characters who often seem to be moving through interior landscapes. 'It is too easy to call it escape, ' the narrator of ARID says, imagining places, 'where all moons are new moons, and I might learn to live somehow differently.'From the boy-meets-girl love story of AFTER THE FILM to MEDICINE's Edgar Allan Poe-like confrontation with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Cameron, David, 1966-
Rousseau moon.
Glasgow : 11/9, ©2000
(DLC) 00455122
(OCoLC)46829029
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Cameron
ISBN: 9781906000714 1906000719
OCLC Number: 947723834
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Rousseau Moon; Author Biography; Reviews; Title; Dedication; Contents; Peaches and Monkeys' Tails; Medicine; A House of Women; Jeremy's Home; Excursion; Retro; Arid; Sam and Step; The Mirror; Then Mona Says; Devotion; Jack's Version; After the Film; The Prince; Rousseau Moon; Copyright.
Responsibility: David Cameron.

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These stories are pictures of contemporary life and primitive longing, peopled by characters who often seem to be moving through interior landscapes. 'It is too easy to call it escape, ' the narrator of ARID says, imagining places, 'where all moons are new moons, and I might learn to live somehow differently.'From the boy-meets-girl love story of AFTER THE FILM to MEDICINE's Edgar Allan Poe-like confrontation with madness, Cameron's strong poetic vision is evident. Sensitive and touching portraits of childhood, such as PEACHES AND MONKEYS' TAILS are set against the backdrops of an Edinburgh.

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