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The spit children

Author: Jo Randerson
Publisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Victoria University Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Short stories, New Zealand
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jo Randerson
ISBN: 0864733968 9780864733962
OCLC Number: 46992632
Notes: Short stories.
Description: 104 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: The spit children --
The tale of Sarah and Himintheyami --
The king's man --
My four cousins --
Biff --
Dagger --
Bessie --
The picnic --
The hair-back man --
I hope my mother will come soon --
What happened to the boy you went to school with --
Epilogue --
The little children go out into the park --
Hats --
Ethan and the dummies --
The man who would be a fish --
And --
The killing of Moby, part 1 --
The killing of Moby, part 2 --
The wheelchair boy --
Why our washing machine broke --
A norwegian town --
The two brothers --
Mary and the king --
The fishmarkets --
Primarily --
(excerpt from) The Honey-bear and the reaper --
'Things break' --
I have been trying to get out of here --
There is only one bed and you can only lie in it once --
The bridge burner --
'You said' --
Our new boss --
Fat boy --
Well? said the man --
The galvanised iron man --
The surprise --
The day of the speech --
The man and the pressure --
The right tools for the right job --
Penguin --
(excerpt from) The lead wait --
'Jesus was a very nice guy'.
Responsibility: Jo Randerson.

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