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Louise Schweitzer's fascinating and beautiful book shines a light on the often misunderstood but much-loved and delightful genre of Nonsense writing. By focussing on its golden age during the mid-nineteenth century and, in particular, the work of three of the great Nonsense writers of the time * Edward Lear, WS Gilbert, and Lewis Carroll * the reader is taken on a voyage ...more
Paperback, 284 pages
Published August 31st 2012 by Austin MacAuley (first published August 1st 2012)
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Mar 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Louise Schweitzer s fascinating and beautiful book shines a light on the often misunderstood but much-loved and delightful genre of Nonsense writing. By focusing on its golden age during the mid-nineteenth century and, in particular, the work of three of the great Nonsense writers of the time * Edward Lear, WS Gilbert, and Lewis Carroll * the reader is taken on a voyage of discovery.
Schweitzer looks in detail at the life and work of each one of this great Victorian Nonsense triumvirate and how
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