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Issue 4

What a Difference a Tree Makes, Alistair Cooke, Australian English Style Guide, Off-key in the Kitchen, Oscar Peterson all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features What a Difference a Tree Makes, Alistair Cooke, Australian English Style Guide, Off-key in the Kitchen, Oscar Peterson

Contents of Issue 4 (November 1997)
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As Usual, Oddballs Galore  Tony Rogers
The Editor introduces the challenge of the Twelve Billiard Balls Puzzle
What a Difference a Tree Makes! Bet Briggs
"I'd always cherished a dream of living in a place where I had planted all the trees, had grown up with them and had my own park or forest to walk in, in solitude and silence."
Response to the wonder of trees, both in prose and in verse
Transatlantic Messages Tony Rogers
In praise of Alistair Cooke's Letter from America
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like Harlish Goop
"Her book may be a whopping 800-odd pages, but you can actually sit down, open it at virtually any page and read it for pleasure."
A look at Pam Peters' Cambridge Australian English Style Guide
Web Line Tony Rogers
Off-key in the Kitchen Percy
So begins our Dreadful Doggerel series
From the Back Verandah Fizzgig
Sizing up Oscar Peterson's jazz piano technique

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