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A narrow pavement says ‘walk alone’: The books of Russell Hoban

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  1. Garner, Alan (1973)Red Shift London: Collins; New York: Walck

  2. Hoban, Russell (various dates)The Brute Family et al, New York: Macmillan

  3. Hoban, Russell (various dates)Frances books many titles, New York: Harper and Row; London: Faber

  4. Hoban, Russell (1974)How Tom Beat Captain Najork and His Hired Sportsmen London: Cape

  5. Hoban, Russell (1974)Kleinzeit London: Cape

  6. Hoban, Russell (1973)The Lion of Jachin-Boaz and Boaz-Jachin London: Cape

  7. Hoban, Russell (1965)The Mouse and His Child New York: Harper and Row; London: Faber

  8. Hoban, Russell (1972)The Sea-Thing Child London: Gollancz

  9. Hoban, Russell (1975)Turtle Diary London: Cape

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Gillian McMahon-Hill has taught in secondary schools and a college of further education and is at present education liaison officer for the Greater London Arts Association.

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McMahon-Hill, G. A narrow pavement says ‘walk alone’: The books of Russell Hoban. Child Lit Educ 7, 41–55 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01145708

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  • Social Context
  • Narrow Pavement