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The Fall of Kelvin Walker: A Fable of the Sixties (edition 1986)

by Alasdair Gray

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Title:The Fall of Kelvin Walker: A Fable of the Sixties
Authors:Alasdair Gray
Info:George Braziller (1986), Edition: First U.S. Edition, Hardcover, 144 pages
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    The Ballad of Peckham Rye by Muriel Spark (slickdpdx)
    slickdpdx: For fans of slim well-written novels about devilish young Scotsmen.
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The origins of this slim novel as a play show in witty snippets of dialogue and bold strokes that quickly paint the rise (and fall) of a young Scot and self-proclaimed Nietzschean determined to take London and the World. A good read. ( )
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