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The temple of Iconoclasts

Author: Juan Rodolfo Wilcock; Lawrence Venuti
Publisher: San Francisco : Mercury House, 2000.
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An English translation of J. Rodolfo Wilcock's contemporary classic, showcasing his bizzare, cutting humour. Wilcock's iconoclasts engage in ludicrous discoveries and projects, including a dictionary  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wilcock, Juan Rodolfo, 1919-
Temple of Iconoclasts.
San Francisco : Mercury House, 2000
(OCoLC)659398530
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juan Rodolfo Wilcock; Lawrence Venuti
ISBN: 1562791192 9781562791193
OCLC Number: 43118254
Description: xvii, 189 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: J. Rodolfo Wilcock --
Jose Valdes y Prom --
Jules Flamart --
Aaron Rosenblum --
Charles Wentworth Littlefield --
Aram Kugiungian --
Theodor Gheorghescu --
Aurelianus Gotze --
Roger Babson --
Klaus Nachtknecht --
Absalon Amet --
Carlo Olgiati --
Antoine Amedee Belouin --
Armando Aprile --
Franz Piet Vredjuik --
Charles Carroll --
Charles Piazzi-Smyth --
Alfred Attendu --
John O. Kinnaman --
Henrik Lorgion --
Andre Lebran --
Hans Horbiger --
A. de Paniagua --
Benedict Lust --
Henry Bucher --
Luis Fuentecilla Herrera --
Morley Martin --
Yves de Lalande --
Socrates Scholfield --
Philip Baumberg --
Symmes, Teed, Gardner --
Niklaus Odelius --
Llorenz Riber --
Alfred William Lawson --
Jesus Pica Planas --
Felicien Raegge.
Other Titles: Sinagoga degli iconoclasti.
Responsibility: by J. Rodolfo Wilcock ; translated from the Italian by Lawrence Venuti.

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"Compellingly whimsical, alienated, pseudo-scientific, bizarre: all these adjectives describe this fiction in the form of a short reference work, the first book admired by Argentinean-Italian Read more...

 
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