It is not easy to write about "The Bonnyclabber". The author gave a structure to his book which is independent of traditional literary esthetics. It is a collection of varied writings which has no traditional sequence. The majority don't even have titles. There are blank pages which have nothing to do with the book itself, and neither to the odd ilustrations. Paradoxically we can find beauty in some of the book's contents. Literature has no boundaries, so that innovative tendencies never cease to cone about, George Chambers in an innovator, a modern revolutionary uninhibited
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