edward lear, a richer, more romantic and therefore more truly Victorian buffoon, improved the experiment.
"Cross readings" had, moreover, one popular advantage: like the Limericks of edward lear, they were easily imitated.
And nonsense for the young, which later was to become a cult, did not exist before edward lear.
Hence show, by internal evidence, that edward lear wrote Bakespeare.
It was only a nonsense lecture, like edward lear's nonsense books.
I really don't know any author to whom I am half so grateful for my idle self as edward lear.
"The Jumblies" is a setting of edward lear's elusive nonsense, as full of the flavor of subtile humor as its original.