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Unspeakable practices : parables of rumbling disgust in verse, stories and sketches

Author: B J Brown
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Cape Catley, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Mixed form : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: New Zealand poetry
Humorous stories, New Zealand
Short stories, New Zealand
Humor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B J Brown
ISBN: 0908561849 9780908561841
OCLC Number: 49920630
Notes: Limited edition of 350 numbered copies.
Some items previously published.
Description: 148 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Foreword --
Section one: Dear Trev (Ton up ; Nervous service ; In the beginning ; Email:Luc.lfr@per.u.use ; Treats ; Stan and Mae ; Neville the devil ; Justice ; Mangere at 5 to 8 ; Two lives and others too ; Every woman marries beneath herself ; Terror cognita ; Free range ; A lick of the custard ; Anne Boleyn: In a letter to George Cavendish Esquire --
ANZAC parade ; Photo opportunity ; The benefit of clergy ; Encounter: The metaphor ; Playing it tight ; The ethnojurisprudence tree) --
Section two: Uneasy cargo (Waters at Baiae ; Groundmark ; Sympathetic magic ; The up-north circuit ; Humouring Herodias ; Alice through a looking glass ; Birthday boy ; The full due ; Trinkets ; Homage to Kubin ; Elevenses at Mendi ; Missing persons ; The physician to the composer ; Hearth and cloister ; Bygones ; Now --
the incredible unspeakable flying kiwi circus ; Liberations ; Morning beads ; Life after life ; Done his bit ; No place to cry ; Ruby anniversary ; The animal lover: Go get yourself a Valkyrie ; Match point ; Travels with Trev) --
Section three: Damp dreams (Love suite love ; initmations of mortality, 1, 2, 3 and epitaph ; Assumptions of fact ; Canal knowledge ; Old Michael Mac and the red revolution ; Coldwill on heat ; Unidentifiables: The central line ; Something in the damp: Revisiting Suffolk, 1996 ; Amends ; Flo's parrot ; Gairl at sauna ; Timings ; A British Railways burial ; Sel in love ; World wars at Foxeath Green ; A case of compensation ; Travelogue ; A less bad coup ; Chairman Wes ; Levelling in Karori ; Resthaven ; Respects ; Just looking ; Hurting ; Chums: Saving the face).
Responsibility: Bernard Brown.

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