A good keen man (1960) is the first of over 20 collections of yarns written by Barry Crump. Based on Crump's years as a professional deer culler, the stories describe male lives in the bush in comic fashion. The book was popular, selling 42,000 copies in the first two years. This clip from the television series The good word opens with Crump reading from A good keen man.
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