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Thoughts of a Thin Man single work   poetry   "My personal issue of adipose tissue"
  • Author:agent Den
Issue Details: First known date: 1932... 1932 Thoughts of a Thin Man
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    y separately published work icon The Herald no. 17054 13 January 1932 15387679 1932 newspaper issue 1932 pg. 6

    Epigraph: "According to Dr. Leonard Williams, of London, obesity is a most decided example of degenerative atavism. "The fat man," he says, "imitates the hibernating habits of his animal ancestors, accumulating vast stores of internal provisions in subconscious preparation for a winter's fast which never arrives." — Cable."

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