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He built shelves for my books: my Speaking for Ourselves, A Book of New
Zealand Verse, Poetry London, Poetry in Wartime, Deaths and Entrances, The
Waste Land, Rilke's Sonnets to Orpheus (bought in Christchurch), Shakespeare (
given to ...
I decided to keep it rather than see it thrown among a heap of shiny baggy cast-
off clothes in the dingy sweat-and-mothball-smelling shop. Then, wanting to
make my own plans for my journey, I bought an old Fodor's Guide To Europe,
which I ...
I walked in to a shop in Charing Cross Road and bought a large volume, the
Encyclopaedia of Sex, advertised in the window as having 'hundreds of diagrams
and photos in colour'. I then prepared to keep my appointment for the following ...
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"The years following childhood become welded to their future" By sally tarbox on 8 June 2018 Format: Kindle Edition Second volume of Janet Frame's autobiography, opening where the previous one ended ... Read full review
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