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Pastrami faced racist and other verses
Martin Rowson
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Smokestack Books
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Undeterred by the embarrassing success of his ridiculous four-volume verse epic The Limerickiad, award-winning cartoonist Martin Rowson continues to lower the tone with a series of metrical rants and cautionary tales about contemporary political and literary life. Accompanied by the ghosts of Chesterton, Shelley, Burns and Browning, Rowson casts his
gaze across the satirical spectrum from governments, gammon-faced racists, class war and the harsh realities of child rearing to the world of literary festivals, international book fairs, best-sellers, book launches, holiday reading lists, bottom lines, liggers, bloggers, blaggers, book-signings and book-burnings.

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Martin Rowson is an award-winning cartoonist whose work appears regularly in The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, The Daily Mirror, The Morning Star and many other publications. His books include graphic adaptations of The Waste Land, Tristram Shandy and Gulliver's Travels. Among his other books are Snatches, The Dog Allusion, Fuck, Stuff (long-listed for the Samuel Johnson Prize) and four volumes of The Limerickiad (also published by Smokestack). His most recent book is The Communist Manifesto: A Graphic Novel.

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English poetry - 21st century.
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