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This Side Of Parodies

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Parodies of Richard Brautigan, Boccaccio, Raymond Changler, Henri Charriere, John Cleland, ee cummings, T.S. Eliot, Kahlil Gibran, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Shakespeare...to name a few. Begins with "A Polaroid Print of Dorian Gray."
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