3 edition of The Revolt of the Oyster found in the catalog.
June 30, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
a coffee table book of "of verses by persons of quality in praise of drinking" with prefaces by Don Marquis and Christopher Morley the lives and times of archy and mehitabel () don's three archy books combined in one cover with introduction by the revolt of the oyster () short stories-- . About this Item: Blue Moon Erotica. Oyster Redux is a retelling of the notorious novel that the London Times labeled "naked and unabashed in its eroticism." In its original incarnation, Oyster featured an anonymous and robustly sensual memoir (A Frank Recollection of Youthful Days), here reprinted in an unexpurgated and Elizabeth's Bookshops have been one of Australia's premier independent.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Don Marquis, who died seventy years ago, is probably best known for ARCHY AND MEHITABEL, but he published some thirty-five books, and his daily newspaper columns were widely read. THE REVOLT OF THE OYSTER came out ina collection of what are best described as Shaggy Dog stories (some of them in fact told from the dog's POV).
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The revolt of the oyster -- "If we could only see" -- How Hank signed the pledge -- Accursed hat -- Rooney's touchdown -- Too American -- The saddest man -- Dogs and boys (as told by the dog) -- The kidnapping of Bill Patterson -- Blood will tell (as told by the dog) -- Being a public character (as told by the dog) -- Written in blood (as told by the dogs).
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