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Mr Lear: A Life of Art and Nonsense

By author: Jenny Uglow , Jenny Uglow
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If we follow him across land and sea - to Italy, Greece and Albania, to The Levant and Egypt and India - and to the borderlands of spirit and self, art and desire, can we see, in the end, if the nonsense makes sense?

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Trade paperback. The poet Edward Lear's work and life are identified as situating themselves on the borders of rules and structures in this look at the experiences, sympathies and real-life agendas that set the tone of Lear's joyful and wildly imaginative 'nonsense' creations from author of }A Gambling Man: Charles II & The Restoration{ Jenny Uglow.


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