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What a man can see

Author: Russell Edson; Ray Johnson
Publisher: Penland, N.C. : Jargon Society, 1969.
Series: Jargon (Jargon Society), 37.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fables
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Edson, Russell.
What a man can see.
Penland, N.C. : Jargon Society, 1969
(OCoLC)645023257
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russell Edson; Ray Johnson
OCLC Number: 2142312
Description: 83 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: What man can see --
The road --
And something to have done --
There was --
Memory and the sun --
An old woman --
It --
The man rock --
Something to tell people --
Mr Is --
Mr Brain --
A man with a tree on his head --
The attic --
A man became a boat --
Mrs Reach reached into the air --
The invalid --
The lover --
The hair --
Dream man --
Going on a dinner date or how you can get born --
Mrs Andris & Son --
The Pickleys --
Mr & Mrs Blurr --
Mr Nancy --
Naughty window --
Composing an opera --
A person --
A man had a house --
Mrs Pinch & a bad Mister Man --
The farm --
The fall --
A wall --
Signs --
Friends who are green --
To be of some use --
Through the woods --
Mr & Mrs Mildrid Pump --
The husband of Mrs Pinch --
Screaming --
If I remember --
And wasn't that fun --
Mr and Mrs Cameelio and a rock --
Father and son travelling --
One two three, one two three --
The singing daughter --
The bread song --
The --
Once in a while --
Bad persons at a window --
A new head --
The baker.
Series Title: Jargon (Jargon Society), 37.
Responsibility: Russell Edson, fables ; Ray Johnson, drawings.

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