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Near neighbours by Gordon Legge
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Near neighbours (edition 1998)

by Gordon Legge

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A second collection of stories from a master of broad farce. It introduces the reader to an eccentric world peopled by characters who, ordinarily enough, live for football, music and sex, but who are also monopedes, cross-gender doppelgangers, window-fetishists or sock-throwers.
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Title:Near neighbours
Authors:Gordon Legge
Info:London: J. Cape, 1998.
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Tags:literature, scotland, short stories, humor, wrongcover

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Funny, gnarly, human stories about modern living in working-class Scotland. ( )
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