HaveYou Seen My Self Esteem? : the Post-Modern Absurdist humour of Cedric Channing Worthing

HaveYou Seen My Self Esteem the Post Modern Absurdist humour of Cedric Channing Worthing A humorous look at life through the eyes of a young geeky guy with a unique sense of humour Tragically Cedric did not survive his battle with mental illness to see his art work in print but his frie

  • Title: HaveYou Seen My Self Esteem? : the Post-Modern Absurdist humour of Cedric Channing Worthing
  • Author: Mark Worthing Geoffrey Worthing Cedric Worthing Ben Morton (for Immortalise) Morton Benning
  • ISBN: 9780992474218
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • A humorous look at life through the eyes of a young geeky guy with a unique sense of humour Tragically, Cedric did not survive his battle with mental illness to see his art work in print, but his friends and family have collected it and presented it in finished form so that it may be enjoyed by all.

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      433 Mark Worthing Geoffrey Worthing Cedric Worthing Ben Morton (for Immortalise) Morton Benning
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      Published :2019-01-24T13:11:53+00:00

    2 thoughts on “HaveYou Seen My Self Esteem? : the Post-Modern Absurdist humour of Cedric Channing Worthing

    1. Mark Worthing Geoffrey Worthing Cedric Worthing Ben Morton (for Immortalise) Morton Benning says:

      Mark Worthing is a historian of science and a senior researcher with Lutheran Education Australia, Adelaide.

    2. I love this book of whimsical cartoons - they are sometimes witty, sometimes dark, sometimes wistful, and sometimes just enjoyable nonsense. It's like reading the essence of Cedric, an illuminating and charming experience in an off-beat way.

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