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POSTHUMOUS HILL By LAUREANO ERIC M. GARAYBLAS
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POSTHUMOUS HILL portrays poetically the complexities of human mortality and the ironies of man's fate and destiny as he undergoes a cyclic pattern of retransformation between the physical and the... More > ethereal world.< Less
POSTHUMOUS HILL By LAUREANO ERIC M. GARAYBLAS
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POSTHUMOUS HILL portrays poetically the complexities of human mortality and the ironies of man's fate and destiny as he undergoes a cyclic pattern of retransformation between the physical and the... More > ethereal world.< Less
Posthumous Bandwagon By Chris Straub
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Coming in July of 2013. A tale of youth and maturation tied together with the surprising modernity of wilderness.
posthumous spectacle nodes By lary timewell
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Attempts at writing in the manner of admired poets result in a series of 'lucky failures'. (This larger-format version includes early translations of Michel Gay, plus the un-poem Ruck from 1986.)
posthumous spectacle nodes By lary timewell
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Attempts at writing in the manner of admired poets result in a series of 'lucky failures'. (This larger-format version includes early translations of Michel Gay, plus the un-poem Ruck from 1986.)
The Posthumous Exile of Marcel Duchamp By Julian Jason Haladyn, Miriam Jordan-Haladyn
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This text examines Duchamp’s fundamental role in the collection of his own work and the final establishment of the Duchamp gallery at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, arguing that this... More > posthumous exile is the result of a highly developed strategy on Duchamp’s part.< Less
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club By Dickens Charles
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Charles Dickens’s first novel, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (The Pickwick Papers) is a series of loosely-related stories about Pickwick Club founder Samuel Pickwick, Esquire, and... More > the gentlemen of his acquaintance, including Augustus Snodgrass and Tracy Tupman, and his manservant, Sam Weller. Originally published as a serial between 1836 and 1837, The Pickwick Papers became a publishing phenomenon after the introduction of Sam Weller and inspired bootleg< Less
The Somehow Adventures of Posthumous Mince By Andrew J E Hagon, David Josiah Latham
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A life-affirming tale of disease, death and dismemberment. Two strangers stumble upon the faded remnants of destiny and follow it blindly, falling headlong into the adventure of their lives. Travel... More > alongside these lovably implausible characters through rambling discourses and plotless happenings. Stifle gasps of wonder at the stunning universe inhabited by you and your new friends. Wish that you could always be with them. Discover for yourself the phenomenon described as: "Utterly pointless and not worth the ink" "At best, legible" "Outstanding" (the author) Be changed.< Less
posthumous spectacle nodes (standard size) By lary timewell
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Writing in the manner of admired poets results in a series of 'happy accidents'. (This smaller second edition includes only new work.)
The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 2 By Edward Carpenter
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Penson De Quincey (/ˈtɒməs də... More > ˈkwɪnsi/; 15 August 1785 – 8 December 1859) was an English essayist, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821). Many scholars suggest that in publishing this work De Quincey inaugurated the tradition of addiction literature in the West.De Quincey was born at 86 Cross Street, Manchester, Lancashire, England, Great Britain. His father was a successful merchant with an interest in literature who died when he was quite young. Soon after his birth the family went to The Farm and then later to Greenheys, a larger country house in Chorlton-on-Medlock near Manchester. In 1796, three years after the death of his father, Thomas Quincey, his mother – the erstwhile Elizabeth Penson – took the name "De Quincey." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_De_Quincey< Less