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Blackeyes

Blackeyes
Author Dennis Potter
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Novel
Publisher Vintage Press, 1st Ed.
October 12, 1988
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 184 pp
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OCLC 17952787
823/.914 19
LC Class PR6066.O77 B56 1988

Blackeyes is a multi-layered novel by British writer Dennis Potter, published in 1987 by Faber and Faber. It concerns the relationship between sexuality, exploitation, power and money. These are explored through the career of a desirable model known as "Blackeyes".

The novel was later adapted by Potter as a 1989 BBC television serial of the same name.


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