Life after God / Douglas Coupland.
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|Fayette Co PL - Connersville||FIC COU (Text)||39230031215542||Long Overdue Materials||Checked out||04/15/2013|
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- ISBN: 9780671874346
- ISBN: 0671874349
- Physical Description: 360 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm
- Publisher: New York ; Pocket Books, 1995.
- Copyright: ©1995
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Little creatures -- My hotel year -- Things that fly -- The wrong sun -- Gettysburg -- In the desert -- Patty Hearst -- 1,000 years (Life after God).
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