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" I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as Edward Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors. "
Letters of Edward Lear: Author of "The Book of Nonsense," to Chichester ... - Page xxvii
by Edward Lear - 1907 - 327 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 97

William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1908
...this; and the merest Philistine can sympathise with Mr. Raskin, who wrote, ' I don't know any other author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as Edward Lear. I shall pat him first of my hundred authors.' Now we must return to Lear at Knowsley Menagerie, after this...
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The Book Buyer: A Review and Record of Current Literature, Volume 5

American literature - 1889
...Nonsense,' with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as Edward 1 .ear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors." The Book of Nonsense. By the late EDWARD LEAR....
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Nonsense Books

Edward Lear - Alphabet rhymes - 1888 - 394 pages
...Nonsense" with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle...Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors. JOHN RUSKIN, In the " List of Ihe Best Hundred Authors." Nonsense Books BY EDWARD LEAR WITH ALL THE...
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Herod and Mariamne: A Tragedy

Amélie (Rives) Chanler Troubetzkoy, Amélie Rives - 1888 - 158 pages
...$1.50, NONSENSE SONGS liVO STORIES, WITH HUMOROUS ILLUSTRATIONS. Mr. Ruskin says : " I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle...Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors." AS SHE SEEMS. By an Arab Sheik. Being selections from the Notes of an Arab Hadji. %* This little sketch,...
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A Book of Limericks

Edward Lear - Limericks - 1888 - 166 pages
...Nonsense" with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle...Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors. JOHN RUSKIN, In the " List of the Best Hundred Authori." INTRODUCTION. "T^DWARD LEAR, the artist, Author...
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Book News, Volume 6

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1888
...Nonsense,' with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as Edward Lear. I shall put him first of myhundred authors." The Book of Nonsense By the late EDWARD LEAR. A new and choice edition. Containing...
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Literary News, Volumes 9-10

American literature - 1889
...nonsense, with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as Edmund Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors." Mr. Lear was an artist, and the author of...
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The Brothers Dalziel: A Record of Fifty Years' Work in Conjunction with Many ...

George Dalziel, Edward Dalziel - Engravers - 1901 - 359 pages
...Nonsense,' with its corollary carols, inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle...Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors." MADAME. BY FREDERICK BARNARD. " She is one of the most amiable ladies I ever met, and has a pleasant...
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Libraries, Volume 6

Libraries - 1901
...nonsense, with its corollary carols inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle...Lear. I shall put him first of my hundred authors. We are all familiar with the holiday books for children against which Mons. Le Gallienne protests so...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 34

John Ruskin - 1908
...with its corollary carols ? — inimitable and refreshing, and perfect in rhythm. I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful, for my idle self, as Edward Lear.1 I shall put him first of my hundred authors. Then there used to be Andersen ! * but he has been...
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