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On Lear and Nonsense
- A Very Good Children’s Book (1865)
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- How Pleasant to Know Mr Lear (1932)
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The summer of 1870 we spent in the mountains south of Turin. … That summer was memorable to me for my first experience in hero worship. Those were the days of the table d’hôte. The guest assembled and sat together … Continue reading
I have been checking and fixing a few links in the bibliography pages and added a new, interesting article to the Studies on Edward Lear page: Antinucci, Raffaella. “‘Sensational Nonsense.’ Edward Lear and the (Im)purity of Nonsense Writing.” English Literature … Continue reading
John Fuller, “Edward Lear in Corsica.” Times Literary Supplement, 7 July 1995. New Selected Poems: 1983-2008. London, Chatto & Windus, 2012. Is it not unpleasant, at fifty-six years of age, to feel that it is increasingly probablu that a man … Continue reading
Attibuted to Edward Lear, Mount Athos. Bears signature, date  and inscription, watercolour and pencil. 37.5 x 17.5cm (14 3/4 x 6 7/8in). Bonahms.
Edward Lear, Ravenna. Watercolour, signed with monogram, 11.1x18cm. Roseberys.
Edward Lear, Monte Corno, or Gran Sasso d’Italia. Watercolour, signed with mongram and titled, 16.1×25.4cm. Roseberys.
Edward Lear, Pentedattilo, Calabria. Watercolour, signed with monogram, 16.1x22cm. Roseberys.