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The First Cut by Fiona Corridan
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The First Cut (2012)

by Fiona Corridan

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Howes, NatashaEditormain authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Paper should be edible, nutritious. Inks used for printing or writing should have delicious flavours. Magazines or newspapers read at breakfast should be eaten for lunch. Instead of throwing one's mail in the waste-basket, it should be saved for the dinner guests.
John Cage, M: Writings '67 - '72, Henmar Press Inc., New York, 1973, p. 115.
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Paper, once a precious and rare commodity, is now a democratic material which is cheap, available and ubiquitous.
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