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Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 Every Home Should Have a Cedar Chest
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    y separately published work icon Woodpecker Point and Other Stories Carmel Bird , New York (City) : A New Directions Book , 1988 Z284128 1988 selected work short story This collection of short stories about everyday life hint at the ominous as they skate a fine line between the mundane and the fantastic and familiar images become startling icons. (Source: Copac) New York (City) : A New Directions Book , 1988 pg. 149-153
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    y separately published work icon The Common Rat Carmel Bird , Ringwood : McPhee Gribble , 1993 Z166109 1993 selected work short story prose autobiography essay These twenty-nine stories and essays bring into strange focus the beauty, violence and irony of everyday day life. Carmel Bird's language is elegant, deadpan, and her dark fables of the last decade of the twentieth century delight and startle. (Source: back cover) Ringwood : McPhee Gribble , 1993 pg. 103-107
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