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The Verbals: Kevin Jackson in conversation with Iain Sinclair

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Very light wear to front cover. Spine undamaged. Pages in excellent condition - undamaged and unmarked.

In "The Verbals", a long conversation mingling confession, memories and self-criticism, Sinclair lays bare the origins of these works, from the myths of Freemasonry surrounding his ancestry to his encounters with the likes of Allen Ginsberg, from his adventures in the film world to his bohemian life in Dublin, from casual labouring in the East End to esoteric studies of earth mysteries and psychogeography.

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Author(s):
Sinclair, Iain
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0953094790
ISBN-13:
9780953094790
Number of pages:
148
Publisher:
Worple

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Very light wear to front cover. Spine undamaged. Pages in excellent condition - undamaged and unmarked.

In "The Verbals", a long conversation mingling confession, memories and self-criticism, Sinclair lays bare the origins of these works, from the myths of Freemasonry surrounding his ancestry to his encounters with the likes of Allen Ginsberg, from his adventures in the film world to his bohemian life in Dublin, from casual labouring in the East End to esoteric studies of earth mysteries and psychogeography.

Author(s):
Sinclair, Iain
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0953094790
ISBN-13:
9780953094790
Number of pages:
148
Publisher:
Worple

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