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Quake, quake, quake; a leaden treasury of English verse

by Paul Dehn

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Parodies on the theme of atomic warfare of well-known English verses, songs and nursery rhymes. Many were originally published in "Punch", "Time and Tide" and "The New Statesman"; collected they have a depressing total effect though many of them remain as apposite now as 45 years ago. Appropriate illustrations by Edward Gorey.
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