Edward Lear's Alphabet of Nonsense by Edward Lear

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...this work has an unusually fresh, informal feel to it. Readers can even see the faint lines on which the artist drew each capital letter, as well as occasional spots, ink splotches, and smudges.
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A facsimilie of Edward Lera's Alphabet of Nonsence.

 

About Edward Lear

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Edward Lear (1812-88) was an English artist, writer, and illustrator known for his works of literary nonsense, in both poetry and prose. Colin Harrison is the author of "Afterburn "(FSG, 2000). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published January 16, 2013 by Ashmolean Museum. 60 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Janice Durante on Jan 16 2013

...this work has an unusually fresh, informal feel to it. Readers can even see the faint lines on which the artist drew each capital letter, as well as occasional spots, ink splotches, and smudges.

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