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Plagiarism: Art as Commodity and Strategies for Its Negation

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Paperback, 32 pages
Published 1987 by Aporia Press
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Stewart Home
Dec 22, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
There are various editions of this pamphlet - the main differences between them being British and American paper sizes and in the UK running different information on page 30 in the versions published before and after The Festival of Plagiarism.
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Stewart Home (born London 1963) is an English writer, satirist and artist. He is best known for novels such as the non-narrative "69 Things to Do with a Dead Princess" (2002), his re-imagining of the 1960s in "Tainted Love" (2005), and more recent books such as "Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane" (2013) that use pulp and avant-garde tropes to parody conventional literature. His unusual approach to wr ...more