What Would Dewey Do?: An Unshelved Collection

Bill Barnes

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Language: English

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The child's-eye view of his parents' deteriorating relationship — and sanity — is meant to dredge up uncomfortable memories of childhood's confusion and powerlessness. The performance was free, but the people who stayed to hear the story bought a candy from the performer after the show. Milwaukie. 1972. obsessively organizing a comic collection. and a heartfelt shout out to our hardworking and infinitely admirable Technical Services staff. How about a sequence when everything speeds up?

Pages: 128

Publisher: Overdue Media (May 19, 2004)

ISBN: 0974035319

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