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And For My Next Trick…

Posted by: Herr Prof. Dr. von Korncrake on May 16th, 2007

I shall produce a scholarly work entitled, A Skeleton Key to the Consolation of the Shoes.

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The Consolation of the Shoes

Posted by: Herr Prof. Dr. von Korncrake on April 5th, 2007

When my good friend Manolo the Shoeblogger asked me to write the introduction to his delightful new work, The Consolation of the Shoes, I was surprised. “But my dear Manolo,” I protested, “You have so many friends who are so much more famous than I.” “Yes, Herr Professor, but none know the Manolo as you […]

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