Dr. Richard King's Carrion Colony PDF

By Dr. Richard King

ISBN-10: 1865087602

ISBN-13: 9781865087603

This absurdist comedy is decided in a fictional penal colony, outdated & New Bridgeford, in early 19th-century Australia. using boisterous language and over-the-top characters current historical past via a wickedly satirical lens.

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These two old roués soon nutted out a means of shared communication—half English, half Native, not so much a Creole but more a scatterfire pidginese, and they passed their days dining and drinking and arguing, riling and lampooning and conspiring freely. ‘No, well that’s where the trick is. The villain’s wife recognises the handkerchief and the hero is well and truly appraised of his noteworthy faux pas. ’ ‘All of these words, all of these things, they are about water. Kammen-kaah—see, he “free from water”.

He asked again, clambering his thin body behind a rock. ‘Why if I ever get my hands on you Naskin I’m going to wring your filthy neck, you stinking . ’ Repeated Captain Naskin, not for a moment feeling any danger to his neck. ’ Said Beamish. ‘. . ’ And his words worked. John Dunnock stood bolt upright and with his hands above his head, he stepped out from behind the rock. Captain Naskin was the next to speak and he said, ‘Lie down on the ground, flat like a dog. ’ John did so immediately. Young Beamish directed the rowers to bring the boat up beside John Dunnock Rock, not at all sure where to drop off John’s provisions on this side of the island, and finally settling on the flat bit that looked like an upturned butter dish.

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