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'''Picaresque''' a [[Perzine|personal zine]] by Brendan Rocks, a Stawell, Victoria, Australia based zinester.
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'''Picaresque''' (200?-) a [[Perzine|personal zine]] by Brendan Rocks, a Stawell, Victoria, Australia based zinester.
  
 
The word ''picaresque'' of the title of this zine refers to a type of literature known as 'picaresque novels', being "a chronicle, usually autobiographical, presenting the life story of a rascal of low degree engaged in menial tasks and making his living more through his wits than his industry.  The ''picaresque novel'' tends to be episodic and structureless." Harmon, W. and Holman, C. H. (2000) "A Handbook to Literature (8th Ed.)".
 
The word ''picaresque'' of the title of this zine refers to a type of literature known as 'picaresque novels', being "a chronicle, usually autobiographical, presenting the life story of a rascal of low degree engaged in menial tasks and making his living more through his wits than his industry.  The ''picaresque novel'' tends to be episodic and structureless." Harmon, W. and Holman, C. H. (2000) "A Handbook to Literature (8th Ed.)".
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Email: brendanrocks@hotmail.com
 
Email: brendanrocks@hotmail.com
  
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Picaresque #5

Picaresque (200?-) a personal zine by Brendan Rocks, a Stawell, Victoria, Australia based zinester.

The word picaresque of the title of this zine refers to a type of literature known as 'picaresque novels', being "a chronicle, usually autobiographical, presenting the life story of a rascal of low degree engaged in menial tasks and making his living more through his wits than his industry. The picaresque novel tends to be episodic and structureless." Harmon, W. and Holman, C. H. (2000) "A Handbook to Literature (8th Ed.)".

Contact

c/-17 Mayes St.

Stawell Victoria 3380

AUSTRALIA

Email: brendanrocks@hotmail.com