Title: and one for the crow: words and images of ...
Publisher: Serious Clowning Publications, 1996.
Publication Date: 1996
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Hardcover (ISBN 0-948385-28-6) Signed limited edition of 1000 books. Near fine tight copy, unread, outer top corners of boards slightly dented, outer bottom corners, less so, near fine jacket, slight triangularly-shaped chip (¼" x 1/8" x 1/8") at top outer edge of back flap of jacket, slight wrinkling to jacket at top outer edges, both front and back, and at top of spine, black buff-textured background of jacket is very lightly spider-webbed with faint marks. "The life he so energetically seeks does not exist — it is really a blissful promise of death. He chases his phallus around toyland in a perpetual neurotic stake He hunts. He hunts time. Time hunts him. He is terrified. He is often angry."" On the possibility of a reconciliation with Redman, a man who was his hero. 'No, we're enemies. He is my enemy now.'" — John Dawes (In an interview with Peter Beaumont: Sunday Observer, June 1966). "This book gives me an erection that threatens to prise me off the rock." — Tim Emmett. "John Redhead is to climbing what Rasputin was to the Russian Royal Family." — Ken Wilson. "My solicitor advises me to offer no comment on the contents of this book." — Dave Towse. "People who risk their lives climbing have a moral responsibility to present the absolute truth with regards to ethics & tactics."" — Neil Gresham, Nick Dixon, Johnny Dawes (In a letter to the 'Gaffa'): Climber Magazine, March 1996. "These route names reflect simple, unreconstructed fear and loathing of women.repulsive in its root misogyny." — Jim Perrin, Climber Magazine, October 1990. "Bully, bully and more bully.forget the reach around." — Martin Crook M. Phil. Sports, climbing, cult. Bookseller Inventory # edndar2060
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