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Days and Nights in W12

by Jack Robinson

Other authors: charles boyle

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This title is a discursive ramble through the streets of London W12 featuring unlikely stories, true history and idle speculation. In this new edition, the original cast is joined by pirates, buskers, Dickens, a gorilla, a clairvoyant, carrots, Arthur Machen, Walt Disney, a duke of Redonda, Ford Madox Ford, and others.… (more)

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Prose vignettes by a poet -- not for everyone, perhaps, but certainly for me. The short-entry form is spacious and civilized, not pressing the reader to get on with it.

Important note: The other titles listed by "Jack Robinson" are pretty clearly not by this author, who is here using a pseudonym (and one quickly chosen, I'm sure). ( )
  V.V.Harding | Apr 21, 2015 |
The skeleton bicycle as urban symbol is a good one as is the skip. ( )
  jon1lambert | Oct 5, 2008 |
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This title is a discursive ramble through the streets of London W12 featuring unlikely stories, true history and idle speculation. In this new edition, the original cast is joined by pirates, buskers, Dickens, a gorilla, a clairvoyant, carrots, Arthur Machen, Walt Disney, a duke of Redonda, Ford Madox Ford, and others.

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