Edward Lear and the Play of Poetry

Oxford University Press has announced the publication of the book collecting the 2012 bicentenary essays, it will (probably) appear in August and will have 400 pages!

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Meanwhile, Bonhams is selling a collection of approximately 8,000 letters addressed to Lady Frances, Countess Waldegrave and Chichester Fortescue, later Lord Carlingford; among many other correspondents, Edward Lear is also mentioned.

Also, Julian Yanover has created a webpage devoted to Lear, which also contains a nice interactive Timeline.

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