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Undensed book #1: ‘His Name Was Gentle’
Undensed book #1: ‘His Name Was Gentle’
Undensed book #1: ‘His Name Was Gentle’
Undensed book #1: ‘His Name Was Gentle’

Undensed book #1: ‘His Name Was Gentle’

I took an old Reader’s Digest Condensed Book and cut up the 1965 story “May You Die In Ireland” by Michael Kenyon.

I pasted some lines back together so the sentences were roughly grammatically correct, though nonsensical.

The new, even more condensed version is called “His Name Was Gentle.” Only three chapters!

Visit Flickr to view a larger version if you want to read it.

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