“LEMON HOUND: from Erin Moure's postface to O Cadoiro skip to main”
“And here is one, a snippet from Moure's postface...you've all had a look at O Cadoiro?”
“For the full postface go here--buy the book of course, but it isn't there, you have to download the postface yourself.”
“Bloody certainly have we got to see to it ere smellful demise surprends us on this concrete that down the gullies of the eras we may catch ourselves looking forward to what will in no time be staring you larrikins on the postface in that multimirror megaron of returningties, whirled without end to end.”
“For those readers who have followed Hannah Arendt's writings and who may have wondered about occasional differences of style and clarity from one to the other, there is a postface by Miss McCarthy that describes in fascinating detail the 'Englishing' of Hannah Arendt.”
“I have already received much help from divers persons, and I trust, dis faventibus, to acknowledge this and more at the end of my journey, in (to use a word for which a great writer of French fought hard) a “postface.””
“Lower Manhattan from Erin Moure's postface to O Cadoiro”
“G. Canguilhem and G. Bachelard, postface J. Sebestik, Paris: Vrin.”
“[omission: Chinese characters]; cf. his postface [omission: Chinese characters].”
“_dis faventibus_, to acknowledge this and more at the end of my journey, in (to use a word for which a great writer of French fought hard) a "postface.”
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