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[LEAR,EDWARD]. A LYTTEL BOOKE OF NONSENSE by R[andall] D[avies]. London: Macmillan 1912 (1912). 8vo (6 x 8 1/4"), 153p., cloth backed boards, light cover soil, sl. foxing on endpapers, VG+. 1st edition. Each page features a humorous nonsense rhyme facing a full page woodcut. Davies notes that few of the woodcuts are less than 400 years old and they are cleverly matched with orginal limericks in the manner of Edward Lear. "There was a young fellow of Sark,/ Who wandered about in the Park; / When the constable said / he'd be better in bed, / he replied, "I'm afraid of the dark.
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