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The Incomplete Tim Key: About 300 of His Poetical Gems and What-Nots
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The Incomplete Tim Key: About 300 of His Poetical Gems and What-Nots (Hardback)
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This is Key's most comprehensive collection of poeticals put together to date. The sheer weight of the book is testament to this comprehensivality. Of course it is lighter than something like a Braun fridge or a fat guy. But as a book, you will note, it's of a nice weight. It's full of poems by Key (award-winning) primarily about love, sex, dreams, death and fruit (strawberries, beans etc). The publishing of the book in no way ties in with things like 'demand' or 'clamour' but is more a result of Key having a full English breakfast with the right person at the right time. Key is not the sort of person to take offence if you don't buy his book but instead replace it on its shelf or lazily slot it between a couple of DBC Pierres or dump it by a pot plant next to the till. Key's just happy that someone has bothered to touch it. That is enough for Key (Newswipe).

Fiction & PoetryPoetryPoetry by individual poetsHumour Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd Publication Date: 04/08/2011 ISBN-13: 9780857861184  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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