Carrion Colony

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Allen & Unwin, 2002 - Fiction - 261 pages
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This absurdist comedy is set in a fictional penal colony, Old & New Bridgeford, in early 19th-century Australia. The use of boisterous language and over-the-top characters present history through a wickedly satirical lens.
 

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Carrion Colony

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Carrion Colony is the second novel by Richard King, the 1995 Vogel winner for Kindling Does for Firewood. In Carrion Colony, King writes a satirical history of white Australia, revealing filth ... Read full review

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Contents

I
1
II
9
III
29
IV
31
V
35
VI
36
VII
50
VIII
58
XXVIII
167
XXIX
169
XXX
172
XXXI
174
XXXII
175
XXXIII
177
XXXIV
182
XXXV
185

IX
59
X
61
XI
72
XII
73
XIII
80
XIV
84
XV
86
XVI
95
XVII
103
XVIII
105
XIX
118
XX
119
XXI
122
XXII
133
XXIII
135
XXIV
142
XXV
149
XXVI
161
XXVII
163
XXXVI
187
XXXVII
188
XXXVIII
196
XXXIX
200
XL
201
XLI
205
XLII
219
XLIII
220
XLIV
228
XLV
237
XLVI
240
XLVII
243
XLVIII
244
XLIX
247
L
249
LI
253
LII
259
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Richard King is the author of Kindling Does for Firewood.

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