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The dog's last walk, Howard Jacobson

Label
The dog's last walk
Title
The dog's last walk
Statement of responsibility
Howard Jacobson
Title variation
Dog's last walk (and other pieces)
Title variation remainder
(and other pieces)
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
jFpnrSRhT_E
Summary
A collection of Howard Jacobson's acclaimed journalism. Hilarious, heartbreaking, provocative, and affecting--Jacobson's journalism from the Independent reveals the Man Booker Prize-winning novelist in all his humanity
Tone
Writing style
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10571292
Cataloging source
YDX
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Independent (London, England)
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1942-
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Jacobson, Howard
Dewey number
824.914
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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True
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English essays
Target audience
adult
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(and other pieces)
Label
The dog's last walk, Howard Jacobson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This is my second selection of columns from the Independent"--Introduction
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: The dog's last walk -- So long as there are women laughing, civilisation's safe -- Experience is lovelier than innocence -- How to live forever -- God is me -- Sweet boy, that Jihadi John -- All sportsmen die in hotels -- Did you see what my arm just did? -- Darts: the last refuge of the serious -- The erotic gravitas of George Galloway -- Toast -- In God's name, why? -- Fisherman's friend -- Ignorance is Bravo Lima India Sierra Sierra -- In the country of the deaf the man with, subtitles is king -- Phoney racists -- `Get out of my face!' -- Raising the age of consent -- Arrivederci Raffaele -- Rejoice! -- Fanatics only ever read one book -- Boris and the bikes -- Strictly turn-off -- Who dunnit? The one who dunnit last time -- Smiley face -- There was a rabbi of Kiev -- A pocket manual of blame -- Death is Venice -- How not to be a knob -- The glorious madness of Wisden -- You're going the wrong way, mate --
  • Contents note continued: Let's introduce ourselves: what's your username? -- How very dare you -- You can't enjoy Proust or aloo gobi standing up -- Nice porn -- The shame that outlives us -- Calm down, dear -- The New Barbarism -- Shoot the highwayman -- But what if I don't want to connect to you? -- Nostril hair and the university -- How to be hip -- Peace -- The sweet seductiveness of loss -- Nellie, I am Catherine Earnshaw -- The phoenix and the turtle -- The wages of indulgence is darts -- What's Hecuba to you? -- In Leonard Cohen's fedora you too can look like L. S. Lowry -- The unhappy wanderer -- At least the old aren't young -- There's always another Dark Lady -- Bastard -- Scrooge -- Is that all there is? -- Flyting, sledging, and where to stick your asterisks -- Wasp watching -- Steady on, Lawrence -- Conformity kills -- Happy now? -- A self-effacing man -- When enough's enough -- The world turned upside down -- Down and out in Covent Garden -- The star is fallen --
  • Contents note continued: Advice to a young artist: Don't be yourself -- Cropper -- Tenho saudades tuas -- Preacher man -- American buffalo -- Norovirus -- Nani in space -- The Queen versus Edward Snowden -- Into the digital darkness -- Nights in white satin; nuns in red nighties -- Killing is a serious business -- In praise of insincerity -- The ghost speech -- Yes but no but -- And no I said no I won't No: Molly Bloom decides against casting a vote in the 2015 elections -- Culpability Brown -- Don't ask me -- Dumb also degrades -- The dying bug -- Weeping in the new year -- Is that a bomb you're carrying or are you just pleased to see me? -- Damnation for dummies -- Remembering Odin Testostenhammur -- Clowns -- It isn't a day of rest we need, it's a day unlike the day before -- These things of darkness -- Offence is sacred
Control code
000059701954
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 285 pages
Isbn
9781408845288
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)975076797
Label
The dog's last walk, Howard Jacobson
Publication
Note
"This is my second selection of columns from the Independent"--Introduction
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: The dog's last walk -- So long as there are women laughing, civilisation's safe -- Experience is lovelier than innocence -- How to live forever -- God is me -- Sweet boy, that Jihadi John -- All sportsmen die in hotels -- Did you see what my arm just did? -- Darts: the last refuge of the serious -- The erotic gravitas of George Galloway -- Toast -- In God's name, why? -- Fisherman's friend -- Ignorance is Bravo Lima India Sierra Sierra -- In the country of the deaf the man with, subtitles is king -- Phoney racists -- `Get out of my face!' -- Raising the age of consent -- Arrivederci Raffaele -- Rejoice! -- Fanatics only ever read one book -- Boris and the bikes -- Strictly turn-off -- Who dunnit? The one who dunnit last time -- Smiley face -- There was a rabbi of Kiev -- A pocket manual of blame -- Death is Venice -- How not to be a knob -- The glorious madness of Wisden -- You're going the wrong way, mate --
  • Contents note continued: Let's introduce ourselves: what's your username? -- How very dare you -- You can't enjoy Proust or aloo gobi standing up -- Nice porn -- The shame that outlives us -- Calm down, dear -- The New Barbarism -- Shoot the highwayman -- But what if I don't want to connect to you? -- Nostril hair and the university -- How to be hip -- Peace -- The sweet seductiveness of loss -- Nellie, I am Catherine Earnshaw -- The phoenix and the turtle -- The wages of indulgence is darts -- What's Hecuba to you? -- In Leonard Cohen's fedora you too can look like L. S. Lowry -- The unhappy wanderer -- At least the old aren't young -- There's always another Dark Lady -- Bastard -- Scrooge -- Is that all there is? -- Flyting, sledging, and where to stick your asterisks -- Wasp watching -- Steady on, Lawrence -- Conformity kills -- Happy now? -- A self-effacing man -- When enough's enough -- The world turned upside down -- Down and out in Covent Garden -- The star is fallen --
  • Contents note continued: Advice to a young artist: Don't be yourself -- Cropper -- Tenho saudades tuas -- Preacher man -- American buffalo -- Norovirus -- Nani in space -- The Queen versus Edward Snowden -- Into the digital darkness -- Nights in white satin; nuns in red nighties -- Killing is a serious business -- In praise of insincerity -- The ghost speech -- Yes but no but -- And no I said no I won't No: Molly Bloom decides against casting a vote in the 2015 elections -- Culpability Brown -- Don't ask me -- Dumb also degrades -- The dying bug -- Weeping in the new year -- Is that a bomb you're carrying or are you just pleased to see me? -- Damnation for dummies -- Remembering Odin Testostenhammur -- Clowns -- It isn't a day of rest we need, it's a day unlike the day before -- These things of darkness -- Offence is sacred
Control code
000059701954
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
ix, 285 pages
Isbn
9781408845288
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)975076797

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