Come Home, Robbie

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These are modern authors whose first book was published after 1990. In both America and England a wealth of messages from the street - road signs, advertisements, newspaper photographs - was finding its way into the images of what quickly became known as Pop Art - one of the first international contemporary art movements. More recently she has turned to writing plays. He worked for many years in broadcasting before taking an early retirement to write. For further details email the gallery or

Pages: 192

Publisher: O'Brien Pr (March 1991)

ISBN: 0862782147

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