Originally published, London: Gollancz, 1965.
|Statement||(by) Peter Currell Brown.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
Smallcreep's Day is an odd mix of Gulliver's Travels, Monty Python, and a British-flavored Robert Coover. The events of this short book take place in a single day almost entirely within the walls of an enormous factory where the protagonist is employed as slotter. Day after day he feeds a piece of metal into a machine that carves a slot into it/5(25). London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, Octavo, boards. First edition. Brown's only novel, a surreal, sometimes comic, sometimes macabre, satire on modern industrial life. The protagonist, Pinquean Smallcreep Works Number /, is a slotter in a factory. His job is to slot a certain type of slot in a certain type of pulley. He has been doing this, day in and day out, for sixteen years when the Book Edition: First Edition. I first became aware of Smallcreep’s Day while living in Newport, Rhode Island during my junior year of high school, when Genesis bassist-guitarist Mike Rutherford titled his first solo album () after the book, and included a side-long suite of songs loosely related to its story. Brown’s novel was long out of print at the time, and the. Smallcreeps Day Posted by Anthony Anselmo on 6th Apr I was excited as hell to finally be able to read the book that inspired Mike Rutherfords first solo album.
Buy Smallcreep's Day by Brown, Peter Currell from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. Smallcreep's Day: : Brown, Peter Currell: BooksReviews: I bought my first copy of this book in I loaned it to a friend, who read it every day until it fell apart. I found it again a few years ago in a borrowed kindle edition, when it had lost none of its magic. I have now again bought the paparback edition - sadly with a different cover - and once again devoured it s: SmallCreeps Day This is the American record company / distributor (Passport Records) press kit for the debut solo album by Mike Rutherford. Containing the following: 1 – 8 x 10 Read More →. I bought my first copy of this book in I loaned it to a friend, who read it every day until it fell apart. I found it again a few years ago in a borrowed kindle edition, when it had lost none of its magic. I have now again bought the paparback edition - sadly with a different cover - and once again devoured it s: