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The Complete Verse and Other Nonsense

The Complete Verse and Other Nonsense

Edward Lear Vivien Noakes
4.1/5 (978 ratings)
The absurd and fanciful verses of Edward Lear-from "The Owl and the Pussy-cat" to "The Jumblies," from "The Scroobious Pip" to countless limericks-have enchanted generations of readers, children and adults alike. This delightful collection, the most comprehensive ever compiled of his work, presents all of Lear's verse and other nonsense writings, including stories, letters, and illustrated alphabets, as well as previously unpublished material. Featuring Lear's own line drawings throughout and an introduction by leading Lear authority Vivien Noakes, this captivating volume reveals a complex man of ample talents, achievements, and influence-and is teeming with timeless nonsense.
Language
English
Pages
624
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Penguin Group
Release
October 29, 2002
ISBN
0142002275
ISBN 13
9780142002278

The Complete Verse and Other Nonsense

Edward Lear Vivien Noakes
4.1/5 (978 ratings)
The absurd and fanciful verses of Edward Lear-from "The Owl and the Pussy-cat" to "The Jumblies," from "The Scroobious Pip" to countless limericks-have enchanted generations of readers, children and adults alike. This delightful collection, the most comprehensive ever compiled of his work, presents all of Lear's verse and other nonsense writings, including stories, letters, and illustrated alphabets, as well as previously unpublished material. Featuring Lear's own line drawings throughout and an introduction by leading Lear authority Vivien Noakes, this captivating volume reveals a complex man of ample talents, achievements, and influence-and is teeming with timeless nonsense.
Language
English
Pages
624
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Penguin Group
Release
October 29, 2002
ISBN
0142002275
ISBN 13
9780142002278

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