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The Edward Lear project "Following Lear"

On Friday I did an interview for local radio about the Lear project. This is the first time I have done anything for this beyond the few exhibitions. 37 more words


Nonsense Poem: The Owl and The Pussycat by Edward Lear

The Owl and the Pussycat is a classic nonsense poem by Edward Lear which has always been one of favourite poems since my childhood. I’ve deliberately chosen this poem for today since I feel that every young reader should read it once. 355 more words


Edward Lear, Tughlaqaqbad Fort, Delhi (1874)

Edward Lear, Tughlaqabad Fort, Delhi.
Signed ‘E.Le’ (lower right) and inscribed and dated ‘Tuglukubad.Delhi/March 12 1874’ (lower left). Watercolour over traces of pencil. 11 x 22cm (4 5/16 x 8 11/16in). 70 more words

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Temporary impermanence

I visit London  three, four, sometimes five times a year. Most of my visits include a stay at the same central London hotel. It’s conveniently situated and the breakfasts are good. 422 more words

Edward Lear: The New Zealand Exhibition

As announced a few days ago in The Dominion Post, an exhibition of the Edward Lear material in New Zealand has opened at the… 61 more words

Edward Lear


How does my mind work? All of a sudden out of nowhere, when I really should be in bed getting to sleep as I have placement in the morning, I find myself looking at limericks. 486 more words


Will Kermit dump Miss Piggy after shock revelation?

Will Kermit dump Miss Piggy after shock revelation?

#Hameron is hogging the limelight today as even the Tweeters cannot come up with anything more horrific than the reality. 1,280 more words

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