The Owl and the Pussycat – the Cat’s Story
Granted my husband sang sweetly enough, but what the rhyme doesn’t even mention is his fowl temper. 174 more words
In my last post on this subject, I talked about Enid Blyton’s Magic Faraway Tree books – if you missed the post, you can read it… 662 more words
The world isn’t making sense, so I’m turning to Edward Lear.
In George Orwell’s essay on nonsense poetry, he writes:
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Aldous Huxley, in praising Lear’s fantasies as a sort of assertion of freedom, has pointed out that the “They” of the limericks represent common sense, legality and the duller virtues generally.