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Between 18 Lear traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia.After his return to England, Lear's travel journals were published in several volumes as The Illustrated Travels of a Landscape Painter.Tickets for this performance are £9 (including fees) The Owl and the Pussycat Join Owly-cat and fellow family members, Jumblie and Quangle Wangle Quee, in a storyinspired by the nonsense world of Edward Lear.

His father, a stockbroker of Danish origins, was sent to debtor's prison when Lear was thirteen and the young Lear was forced to earn a living.Will this meloobious family return together, will they alwaysbe a three?A fizzgiggious show by Full House Theatre all about where, what and who our family reallyare.Like his younger peer Lewis Carroll, Lear wrote many deeply fantastical poems about imaginary creatures, such as "The Dong with the Luminous Nose." His books of humorous verse also include Nonsense Songs (1871) and Laughable Lyrics (1877). Although the subject and form of his works varies greatly, all of Lear's poems can be characterized by his irreverent view of the world; Lear poked fun at everything, including himself in "By Way of a Preface." Many critics view Lear's devotion to the ridiculous as a method for dealing with or undermining the all-pervasive orderliness and industriousness of Victorian society.Regardless of impetus, the humor of Lear's poems has proved irrefutably timeless.

His father, a stockbroker of Danish origins, was sent to debtor's prison when Lear was thirteen and the young Lear was forced to earn a living.

Will this meloobious family return together, will they alwaysbe a three?

A fizzgiggious show by Full House Theatre all about where, what and who our family reallyare.

Like his younger peer Lewis Carroll, Lear wrote many deeply fantastical poems about imaginary creatures, such as "The Dong with the Luminous Nose." His books of humorous verse also include Nonsense Songs (1871) and Laughable Lyrics (1877). Although the subject and form of his works varies greatly, all of Lear's poems can be characterized by his irreverent view of the world; Lear poked fun at everything, including himself in "By Way of a Preface." Many critics view Lear's devotion to the ridiculous as a method for dealing with or undermining the all-pervasive orderliness and industriousness of Victorian society.

Regardless of impetus, the humor of Lear's poems has proved irrefutably timeless.

Lear quickly gained recognition for his work and in 1832 was hired by the London Zoological Society to execute illustrations of birds.