Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet. Will Cheney.
Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet.
Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet.
Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet.
Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet.

Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell. The Ancient Language Accommodated to the Busy Student of Today by Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet.

Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1972. One of about 200 copies printed by Will Cheney in December 1972. With errata leaf laid in before colophon. A fine copy. Quarter brown calf over marbled paper boards. Miniature book (1 ” x 2 ”). 57 pp. Item #16914

In Fleecestreet’s Greek in a Nutshell, Will Cheney once again assumes the character of Judge Jason Augustus Fleecestreet, the long-suffering scholar, classics teacher, and intellectual rival of Cheney’s other alter ego Brigadier General Cyclops Stonebone. The character of Fleecestreet originated in Cheney’s Pig Latin pamphlets and returned in Fleecestreet’s Improved Pig Latin Grammar (1963) to further criticize the shoddy scholarship of Gen. Stonebone.

Price: $250.00

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