The Caruso of Colleen Bawn and Other Short Writings
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The Caruso of Colleen Bawn and Other Short Writings is a collection of short stories and poems from the Zimbabwean author John Eppel. The pieces range from poetry evocative of the sights, sounds and smells of the Zimbabwean bush and suburbia to bitingly satirical prose about present day Zimbabwe. Eppel has proved himself in both fields of writing, being awarded the M-Net Prize for fiction and the Ingrid Jonker Prize for poetry.

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Date de parution 29 décembre 2004
Nombre de lectures 4
EAN13 9780797493773
Langue English

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The Caruso of Colleen Bawn and Other Short Writings
John Eppel
amaBooks
ISBN 978-0-7974-9377-3
John Eppel, 2004
Published by amaBooks P.O. Box AC1066, Ascot, Bulawayo email: amabooksbyo gmail.com
Cover painting by Anne Simone Hutton
This book is a work of fiction: any characters, organisations and situations mentioned bear no relation to any real person, organisation or actual happening.
White Man Walking was previously published in Short Writings from Bulawayo ; Rain in Winter in Short Writings from Bulawayo and Carapace ; Potsherds. 1975 in Four Voices ; Loveliest of Girls, The Fannied Man, The Victim and Coming Home to Tea in Scrutiny II . On First Dipping into Keats s Sonnets appeared as After Reading Keats in Four Voices. Versions of Who Really Built Great Zimbabwe? and Hallowe en appeared in Scrutiny II and Four Voices respectively.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher.
Contents
The Caruso of Colleen Bawn
Loveliest of Girls
The Very High Ranking Soldier s Wife
Rain in Winter
The Lunch Hour
No Entry Below Dam Wall
White Man Walking
Black Woman Bleeding
In The Stilly Night
The Workshop
Juvenilia : The Lily and the Rose
The Toad and the Tadpoles
A Full Stomach
With Sore Knees
Profile of a School Teacher
An Umpire s Day-Dream in Collapsing Form
Profile of a Civil Servant
Plaster Crawl
The Weight Loser
Garden-Consciousness
Notes for a Free - Verse Poem on Doves
The Case of the Red Ball Point Pen
Pod Mahogany
Rose
Who Really Built Great Zimbabwe?
Potsherds. 1975
Dullstroom
Tmesis
Taking the Waters
Hallowe en
The Fannied Man
Triangles
On First Dipping into Keats s Sonnets
The Victim

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