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Matthew De De Abaitua

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  • The Art of Campingby Matthew De Abaitua

    Penguin Books Ltd 2011; US$ 15.98

    Could there be another way of life? Can I survive with less stuff? Should I run for the hills? These are all good questions that people have asked before, throughout history, and which have inspired people to set up camp. But now camping is part of the drive for self-sufficiency, a reaction against mass tourism, a chance to connect with the land,... more...

  • The Red Menby Matthew De Abaitua

    Orion 2013; US$ 3.58

    'Sumptuously written, with prose that glitters with a dark lustre like a Damien Hirst fly collage. Intricately plotted, and a satirical point as sharp and accurate as the scalpel of a brain surgeon: De Abaitua operates on the smiling face of the present to reveal the grimacing skull of the future.' Will Self A police helicopter hovers above... more...

  • The Red Menby Matthew De Abaitua

    Orion 2013; Not Available

    'Sumptuously written, with prose that glitters with a dark lustre like a Damien Hirst fly collage. Intricately plotted, and a satirical point as sharp and accurate as the scalpel of a brain surgeon: De Abaitua operates on the smiling face of the present to reveal the grimacing skull of the future.' Will Self A police helicopter hovers above... more...

  • If Thenby Matthew De Abaitua

    Watkins Media 2015; US$ 6.99

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