Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories is a book by British author Dan Rhodes published in 2000 by Fourth Estate.
Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories is a book by British author Dan Rhodes published in 2000 by Fourth Estate. It was written between October 1997 and November 1998 whilst the author was fruit picking on a farm. It has been compared to Roland Barthes' A Lover's Discourse.
Anthropology was Dan Rhodes’ first book to be published, in 2000. He would write the stories in his head while tying in rows of raspberries or picking gooseberries, often in the driving rain. Anthropology is very funny and very sharp. A book you’ll want to hurl from rooftops at passers-by to spread the word. Touching and insightfu. ou’ll want to devour every one.
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Dan Rhodes' first book Anthropology consists of 101 stories, each around 120 words in length, and all working highly surreal variations around a single theme: relationships. A simple enough idea which is superlatively executed-the range and inventiveness of the texts within the strict format reveal a writer of formidable imaginative powers, able to move with ease from wit to farcical comedy to genuinely heartfelt evocations of loss and love.
Gold is a novel by British author Dan Rhodes published in March 2007 by Canongate.
Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories (2000). Professor Richard Dawkins has been booked to give a talk at the village hall in the village of Upper Bottom to the All Bottoms Women's Institute on the subject of "Science and the non-existence of God", but his train becomes stuck in a snow-drift several miles short of their destination and he and his devoted though long-suffering assistant Smee. Gold is a novel by British author Dan Rhodes published in March 2007 by Canongate.
Items related to Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories. Book Description: The micro-fiction classic from Dan Rhodes. Dan Rhodes Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories. ISBN 13: 9781841956145. Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories. From the Inside Flap: ": story number 13 from Anthropology. My girlfriend left me, and I started crying in my sleep. Each spins speedily, shockingly, to its unpredictable climax.
Anthropology: And a Hundred Other Stories. 101 STORIES Anthropology I loved an anthropologist. She went to Mongolia to study the gays. From the publisher: 101 LOVERS. At first she kept their culture at arm’s length, but eventually she decided that her fieldwork would benefit from assimilation. She worked hard to become as much like them as possible, and gradually she was accepted. After a while she ended our romance by letter.
And a Hundred Other Stories. 101 stories, all about girlfriends. They cheat, they die, they leave, frequently. Published April 10, 2005 by Canongate . The funny stories are all the funnier for being brief; the sad ones all the sadder for being sparse. Every one a 20-second gem. - Maxim. I loved an anthropologist.
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