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Flesh eggs & scalp metal selectedpoems, 1970-1987 by Iain Sinclair

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Published by Paladin Grafton in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesFlesh eggs and scalp metal.
StatementIain Sinclair.
SeriesA Paladin original, Paladin poetry
The Physical Object
Pagination165p. ;
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21563001M
ISBN 100586087281
OCLC/WorldCa20934633

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The success of the novel led Paladin to issue a selected poems, Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal, and Penguin to feature him in its Modern Poets series. These are valuable for collecting his short later poems, notable for their terse "street detail" (to use the title of one) of East End lowlife. Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal: Selected Poems, (, anthology) Downriver (, novel) Radon Daughters (, novel) The Ebbing of the Kraft (, poetry) Slow Chocolate Autopsy (, novel) Landor's Tower (, novel) Dining on Stones (, novel) Do you know something we don't? Submit a correction or make a comment about this profileBorn: Buy Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal (Paladin Books) First edition by Sinclair, Iain (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Iain Sinclair. Also present is a folder containing drafts of poems ranging from to that includes some which were published in Autistic Poses, Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal, and Fluxions. The reviews in this subseries, many of which were written for London Review of Books, are arranged in alphabetical order by the author of the reviewed work.

Paste-up, Flesh Eggs & Scalp Metal. Paste-up, Fluxions. Paste-up, Jack Elam’s Other Eye. Paste-up, Iain Sinclair Books . Paladin Poetry was a series of paperback books published by Grafton Books (later amalgamated into HarperCollins) under its Paladin imprint, intended to bring modernist and radical poetry before a wider founding anthology The New British Poetry attempted to revive the fortunes of the modernist tradition, to correct the gender imbalance of previous anthologies and to bring a. TY - CHAP. T1 - Sinclair's Poetics. T2 - from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. AU - Baker, Brian. PY - Y1 - N2 - This chapter considers some of Iain Sinclair’s less critically studied works, particularly the long poem/ prose works of the s, Lud Heat () and Suicide Bridge (), and the later poetry collected in Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal () and.   This chapter considers some of Iain Sinclair’s less critically studied works, particularly the long poem/ prose works of the s, Lud Heat () and Suicide Bridge (), and the later poetry collected in Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal () and Penguin Modern Poets 10 (). The chapter traces Sinclair's inheritance of a Modernist poetics (derived from Charles Olson's 'Projective Verse Author: Brian Baker.

This chapter reviews common cutaneous infections, infestations, and neoplasms of the scalp. Infections of the scalp are subdivided into three major groups. The most seen are: (1) Bacterial: Folliculitis, folliculitis decalvans, tufted hair folliculitis and acne keloidalis nuchae. (2) Fungal: Tinea capitis, favus and kerion celsi. (3) Protozoal: Syphilitic alopecia. Pediculosis capitis is the Author: Filiz Canpolat. Only the scalp should be rubbed with the yolk, and the head rinsed in hot water. The beaten white of eggs is also recommended as a simple and efficacious preparation for cleansing the hair.’ (Household Companion: Book Of Etiquette, ) ‘Whites of eggs are among the most gentle and cleansing applications that can be made. They are slightly. Flesh Eggs and Scalp Metal: Selected Poems, ; White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings - fiction, Downriver - novel, Jack Elam's Other Eye - poetry Radon Daughters - novel, The Ebbing of the Kraft - poetry, Lights out for the Territory - documentary, Slow Chocolate Autopsy - fiction, Crash - essay, One female slug can lay one and half million eggs a year- a fact which holds terrifying consequences for the people of Merton. As the town basks in the summer heat, a new breed of slug is growing and multiplying. In the waist-high grass, in the dank, dark cellars they are acquiring new tastes, new cravings. For blood. For flesh. Human flesh /5(14).