MISS K'S BOOK OF ONE PAGE ONEDERSOnly one copy of this work was produced and it has disappeared. The only complete copy was dedicated and sent to a young girl with whom Abbott apparently corresponded for a period of three years, from 2001 until 2006. Apparently his young correspondent was recovering from an attack of scarlet fever and stricken also with boredom. He compiled a hundred or so items, each of which could be fitted onto one page. His original intention was to illustrate each page with graphics but this intention, like so many others, was never fulfilled. All that remains currently are a score or so pages and a tantalizing list of contents. This also appears to have been his most ambitious attempt to wed the olfactory to the literary. Abbott refers to this work in correspondance with the artist Phillip Edwards*2.