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by Louise Guinness

ePub Everyman Book of Nonsense download
Author:
Louise Guinness
ISBN13:
978-1857155143
ISBN:
1857155149
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Publisher:
Gardners Books (October 31, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Humor
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1568 kb
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1586 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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198

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Start by marking The Everyman Book of Nonsense Verse as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This hilariously readable collection of classic nonsense poetry, delightfully illustrated throughout, is a showcase of comic talent and sheer silliness. The Everyman Book of Nonsense Verse features an eclectic spectrum of contributors ranging wildly from Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll to Hilaire Belloc, Ted Hughes, Ogden Nash, and Shakespeare, with illustrations by Mervyn Pe This hilariously readable collection of classic nonsense poetry, delightfully illustrated throughout, is a showcase of comic talent and sheer silliness.

This collection is both an excelkent selection of poems and a very high quality book; beautifully bound and printed, with large, clear illustrations, many of which are full color. This is one of the best books I've ever purchased.

Wonderful collection of nonsense verse, from Chesterton to Dahl, Lear to Carroll. With beautitul, original illustrations, both full colour and black & white.

This hilariously readable collection of classic nonsense poetry, delightfully illustrated throughout, is a showcase of comic talent and sheer silliness

This hilariously readable collection of classic nonsense poetry, delightfully illustrated throughout, is a showcase of comic talent and sheer silliness. The Everyman Book of Nonsense Verse features an eclectic spectrum of contributors ranging wildly from Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll to Hilaire Belloc, Ted Hughes, Ogden Nash, and Shakespeare, with illustrations by Mervyn Peake, Quentin Blake, Emma Chichester Clark, Spike Milligan, and the deliciously sinister Edward Gorey. Hardcover: 256 pages. Publisher: Everyman's Library (May 3, 2005). ISBN-10: 9781400044252.

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Everyman Book Of Nonsense Verse. Series: Everyman's Library CHILDREN'S CLASSICS. Wonderful collection of nonsense verse, from Chesterton to Dahl, Lear to Carroll.

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  • This collection is both an excelkent selection of poems and a very high quality book; beautifully bound and printed, with large, clear illustrations, many of which are full color. This is one of the best books I've ever purchased. Highly recommended.

  • Anthologies should be like good friends- reliable, excellent company and always there when you need them. Specialist anthologies like this one have the added fascination of making you think about the subject. We all know that nonsense verse includes the brillig and slithey tove stuff and this collection obliges with all the usual suspects, but challenges your (or at least my) view of how far nonsense extends with some gloriously unexpected inclusions. Anthology editors cannot win; either they are accused of putting in too much of the obvious, or not enough. This collection seems to find the balance to perfection.

    The book makes the perfect Christmas present for everyone from rather crusty aged uncles to distantly related tribes of children whose names you can hardly remember. Very well designed and produced, erudite (thus reflecting your own impeccable taste) and always acceptable. It also has the tremendous merit of looking as if it cost rather more than you paid for it. If it was not for the fact that some of my relatives still talk to one another they would all get one! And while you are at it get one for yourself, no matter how many good friends you have you can always find room for one more