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Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum & John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum & John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Like Water By Caleb Milne
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Greg’s life is going nowhere. Having missed out on university, he is living with his Dad in small-town Lancashire and working in a boring office job. He feels 22 going on 60. Then he seizes an... More > unexpected opportunity to move to London. It seems to offer everything he’s been missing- freedom, opportunity, an escape from his mundane existence at home. And a beautiful girl called Emma, who’s not like anyone he’s ever met. Free from other diversions, lust becomes obsession for Greg as he negotiates a path through Emma’s friends and Adonis-like boyfriend. He knows it can’t last forever but how long can he keep the momentum going? And what happens when it all comes crashing down? An energetic, funny, honest portrayal of first love across the North/ South divide, featuring embarrassing dads, feedback-heavy indie-pop, sun-dried tomatoes and crap threesomes.< Less
Like Water By Caleb Milne
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Greg’s life is going nowhere. Having missed out on university, he is living with his Dad in small-town Lancashire and working in a boring office job. He feels 22 going on 60. Then he seizes an... More > unexpected opportunity to move to London. It seems to offer everything he’s been missing- freedom, opportunity, an escape from his mundane existence at home. And a beautiful girl called Emma, who’s not like anyone he’s ever met. Free from other diversions, lust becomes obsession for Greg as he negotiates a path through Emma’s friends and Adonis-like boyfriend. He knows it can’t last forever but how long can he keep the momentum going? And what happens when it all comes crashing down? An energetic, funny, honest portrayal of first love across the North/ South divide, featuring embarrassing dads, feedback-heavy indie-pop, sun-dried tomatoes and crap threesomes.< Less
Synergy Magazine Comedy Special Edition By Synergy Magazine
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Synergy Magazine Comedy Special Edition Volume 2 No.4 (2009) Features include: British Comedy: A Retrospective Carry On about Carry On Unauthorized Guide to the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Rudd... More > and the New Wowserism John Waters and the Cinema of Filth The Life of Python The Aunty Jack Show The Malibu Films of Andy Sidaris Plus lots of reviews, news and more< Less
The Soap in the Water By Stephen Richards
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This play's script of a live-stage performance is a one-act comedy about a detective investigating a soap-investor's scheme to murder his own fianceé.
Dirty Water By John Stuart
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Dirty Water is a comedy set in the housing schemes of Glasgow. Jock, Crawford, Boab and Brian all work for the worst independent close cleaning service - Eager Beaver Cleaners. The company is... More > contracted by the council and after a mounting number of complaints the lads will have to undergo an inspection where their jobs hang in the balance but with this team of misfits mopping floors isn’t as simple as it seems. This is a story about friendship, love and the jobs we hate to do.< Less
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The Concept of Water By R D V Glasgow
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Water is commonly taken for granted and treated with contempt, yet it is the very foundation of human existence. Assuming countless forms, it is deeply associated both with life and death, body and... More > soul, purity and pollution, creation and destruction. "The Concept of Water" seeks to bring together the various aspects of our deeply ambiguous relationship with water, providing a systematic account of its symbolic and philosophical significance. This involves looking at how water has been conceived and the role it has played in everyday thought, mythology, literature, religion, philosophy, politics and science, both across cultures and through history. R. D. V. Glasgow was born in Sheffield and currently lives in Zaragoza. His previous books are "Madness, Masks and Laughter" (1995), "Split Down the Sides" (1997), and "The Comedy of Mind" (1999).< Less
The Concept of Water By R D V Glasgow
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Water is commonly taken for granted and treated with contempt, yet it is the very foundation of human existence. Assuming countless forms, it is deeply associated both with life and death, body and... More > soul, purity and pollution, creation and destruction. "The Concept of Water" seeks to bring together the various aspects of our deeply ambiguous relationship with water, providing a systematic account of its symbolic and philosophical significance. This involves looking at how water has been conceived and the role it has played in everyday thought, mythology, literature, religion, philosophy, politics and science, both across cultures and through history. R. D. V. Glasgow was born in Sheffield and currently lives in Zaragoza. His previous books are "Madness, Masks and Laughter" (1995), "Split Down the Sides" (1997), and "The Comedy of Mind" (1999).< Less