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Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear  - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear flac album
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Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear flac album

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Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear
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Tracklist

Lewis Carroll The Mock Turtle's Song
Lewis Carroll The Mad Gardener's Song
Lewis Carroll 'Tis The Voice Of The Lobster
Lewis Carroll Father William
Lewis Carroll The Pig-Tale
Lewis Carroll Humpty Dumpty's Poem
Lewis Carroll Will You Walk A Little Faster?
Lewis Carroll The Red Knight's Song
Lewis Carroll The Walrus And The Carpenter
Lewis Carroll Jabberwocky
Edward Lear How Pleasant To Know Mr. Lear
Edward Lear There Was A Young Person Of Smyrna
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Who Said, "Hush!"
Edward Lear There Was An Old Person Of Sark
Edward Lear The Two Old Bachelors
Edward Lear There Was A Young Lady Whose Bonnet
Edward Lear There Was A Young Lady Whose Chin
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Wiith A Gong
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Of Whitehaven
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man In A Tree
Edward Lear The Pobble Who Has No Toes
Edward Lear There Was A Young Lady Of Parma
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Of The Nile
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Who Said, "Well!"
Edward Lear There Was An Old Person Of Crowle
Edward Lear The Jumblies
Edward Lear There Was An Old Lady Whose Folly
Edward Lear There Was An Old Person Of Bow
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Of Thermopylae
Edward Lear There Was A Young Lady Whose Eyes
Edward Lear The Dong With A Luminous Nose
Edward Lear Mr. And Mrs. Discobbolos
Edward Lear The Duck And The Kangaroo
Edward Lear There Was An Old Person Of Dutton
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man On Some Rocks
Edward Lear There Was An Old Man Of Dunluce
Edward Lear The Owl And The Pussycat

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TC 1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP, RE) Caedmon Records TC 1078 US Unknown
TC-1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP) Caedmon Records TC-1078 US 1957
TC 1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP) Caedmon Records TC 1078 US 1957
TC 1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP, Mono) Caedmon Records TC 1078 US 1957
TC 1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear , Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear , Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP, Mono) Caedmon Records TC 1078 UK 1958
TC 1078 Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear , Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear , Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP, W/Lbl) Caedmon Records TC 1078 UK 1958
TC 1078, TC-1078 Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear ‎(LP, RE) Caedmon Records, Caedmon Records TC 1078, TC-1078 US Unknown
WL1179, TC1078 Lewis Carroll And Edward Lear with Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard & Stanley Holloway Lewis Carroll And Edward Lear with Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard & Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse ‎(LP) Wing Records, Wing Records WL1179, TC1078 UK Unknown

Lewis Carroll continued this trend, making literary nonsense a worldwide phenomenon with Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1871) Theory. It was popularized by Edward Lear and then later by Lewis Carroll. Note: None of these writers are considered exclusively a "nonsense writer". Some of them wrote texts considered to be in the genre (as in Lear, Carroll, Gorey, Lennon, Sandburg), while others only use nonsense as an occasional device (as in Joyce, Juster) Woody Allen.

Similar to Lewis Carroll & Edward Lear (2) - Nonsense Verse Of Carroll And Lear, but with different font and spacing between letters on labels. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout - Stamped): TC 1078A-1A.

Lear was a wandering nonsense minstrel, never completely free of physical and emotional pain. His health steadily deteriorated until he died, alone except for a servant, on 29 January 1888. His last words expressed gratitude for the kindnesses of all his absent friends.

Edward Lear's Life and Works, Nonsense Poems and Limericks. Most important of all, however, is the fact that I haven't been able to find a great deal of Lear's nonsense poetry on the net and I think he deserves his small virtual space as much as his contemporary poetical colleague Lewis Carroll. After all, Lear may be considered the inventor of the term 'snail mail'

Features Song Lyrics for Lewis Carroll's The Nonsense Verse of Carroll & Lear album. Lewis Carroll - The Nonsense Verse Of Carroll & Lear Album. Artist: Lewis Carroll. Send "Lewis Carroll" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Nonsense Verse Of Carroll & Lear.

Nonsense verse: Nonsense verse, humorous or whimsical verse that differs from other comic verse in its resistance to any rational or allegorical interpretation. Though it often makes use of coined, meaningless words, it is unlike the ritualistic gibberish of children’s counting-out rhymes in that it makes these. Skilled literary nonsense verse is rare; most of it has been written for children and is modern, dating from the beginning of the 19th century. The cardinal date could be considered 1846, when The Book of Nonsense was published; this was a collection of limericks composed and illustrated by the artist Edward Lear, who first created them in the 1830s for the children of the earl of Derby. This was followed by the inspired fantasy of Lewis Carroll, whose Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1872) both contain brilliant nonsense rhymes.

Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear both made good use of this type of nonsense in some of their verse. These poems are well formed in terms of grammar and syntax, and each nonsense word is of a clear part of speech. The first verse of Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky illustrates this nonsense technique, despite Humpty Dumpty's later clear explanation of some of the unclear words within it: 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.

A pigeon from one of Edward Lear’s books. Author Richard Conniff wrote an entertaining post for the New York Times blog Opinionator yesterday. It starts off at sea in a Sieve with the Jumblies and ends in the Tulgey Wood, all to discuss the relation between the Nonsense poets’ zoology and the age of 19th Century scientific exploration, which turned up many fancifu. .Posted in Blogosphere, PoetryTagged Charles Darwin, Edward Lear, Nonsense Poetry, Richard Conniff, The Jumblies, Tulgey Wood. LCSNA Fall 2019 Meeting – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. October 4, 2019 - October 6, 2019. Maxine and David Schaefer Memorial Reading. Complete list of LCSNA meetings held to date, including speakers and topics.

Many critics have interpreted the nonsense verse of both Lear and Lewis Carroll in this way, seeing it as a partial subversion of Victorian norms and mores, albeit with the status quo often being restored (we can see this in Lear’s limericks: those who behave oddly and step outside of Victorian convention are often punished). Image (top): The Owl and the Pussycat via sammydavisdog on Flickr.