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Funny story: Dorking remembers its second most famous resident

Dorking remembers its second most famous resident

A remembrance service was held today in Dorking, to mark the tenth anniversary of the death of its second most famous resident, the poet Harold Kludge. After overcoming a lifelong fear of writing implements, Kludge began his career composing football poetry. He wrote his first poem in 1971, after watching Dorking Town lose to Bognor Regis in the first round of the FA Cup. It was a short, shocki...
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Funny story: Victoria & Albert Museum Postmodernism: Style And Subversion 1970-1990 (And Private Eye: The First 50 Years) A Post-Postmodern Review.

Victoria & Albert Museum Postmodernism: Style And Subversion 1970-1990 (And Private Eye: The First 50 Years) A Post-Postmodern Review.

Historian and academic Ken Lucid jumped on the District Line and had a butcher's at a couple of exhibitions at The V&A... Post-modern irony? I'll tell you what's post-modern irony... the exhibition souvenir shop charging twenty quid for a T-shirt with "Protect Me From What I Want" emblazoned across the chest! Bloody typical postmodernist cheek! Anyway, aware that we are supposedly...
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