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eBook The Other Statue 2008 Calendar ePub

by Edward Gorey

  • ISBN: 0764939335
  • Category: Individual Artists
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Edward Gorey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pomegranate; Wal edition (June 1, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1147 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1485 kb
  • Other: azw lrf mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 742

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The Other Statue - Edward Gorey I'm on a run of reading about Gorey, so it was time to re-read the books of his that I had on hand. Sadly my local library doesn't have anything by him. Reading several together I was struck by a couple of things.

The Other Statue - Edward Gorey I'm on a run of reading about Gorey, so it was time to re-read the books of his that I had on hand. Previously I don't think I had noticed that Mortshire was a recurring county name. I rather like that many of his stories are set in the same place, as were Thomas Hardy's. Also, I really want to live there

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Find nearly any book by Edward. GOREY (page 6). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Catafalque Works (Club der Bibliomanen ; Nr 62). ISBN 9783257004908 (978-3-257-00490-8) Softcover, Diogenes Verlag AG,Switzerland, 1979. The Wuggly Ump. by Edward.

Edward St. John Gorey (February 22, 1925 – April 15, 2000) was an American writer and artist noted for his illustrated books. His characteristic pen-and-ink drawings often depict vaguely unsettling narrative scenes in Victorian and Edwardian settings. Edward St. John Gorey was born in Chicago

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These are the Edward Gorey Secondary Books we've collected The Other Statue by Edward Gorey - Lord Wherewithal is dead at Backwater Hall, Horace Gollop cavorts with Victoria Scone, and (perhaps most unsettling of all!) someone ha. .

These are the Edward Gorey Secondary Books we've collected. Edward Gorey - even the stuff he didn't write is a riot! "Kochanki tajemnicy" - antologia opowiadań kryminalnych pod redakcją Seona Manleya i Gogo Lewis. The Other Statue by Edward Gorey - Lord Wherewithal is dead at Backwater Hall, Horace Gollop cavorts with Victoria Scone, and (perhaps most unsettling of all!) someone has offended decorum by disemboweling a stuffed thisby belonging to the Earl of Thump. Edward Gorey (February 1925 – April This goes out by special request to my friend Marc Ponomareff.

August 6, 2010 History. The Other Statue 2008 Calendar. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Other Statue 2008 Calendar from your list? The Other Statue 2008 Calendar. Published June 2007 by Pomegranate Communications. There's no description for this book yet.

Great Edward Gorey book. The artwork is wonderful and the story weird. Glad to have it in my personal library. Format: CalendarVerified Purchase. It's hard to find things of Edward Gorey's. One person found this helpful.

Books ~ Edward Gorey. What others are saying. The Other Statue Edward Gorey Calendar Never Opened Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Something wild: The artist and author Edward Gorey, in a photograph from the early favored a raccoon coat for a time. Edward Gorey illustrated the "Old Possums Book Of Practical Cats" for one of the most beautiful poets, . Eliot. This is one of my favourite illustrations of his. A hungry heart.

The annual charity f?te at Backwater Hall in Mortshire is disrupted by the mysterious death of Lord Wherewithal and the theft of the Lisping Elbow. Confusion and misgivings abound.

Select Format: Hardcover. The annual charity f?te at Backwater Hall in Mortshire is disrupted by the mysterious death of Lord Wherewithal and the theft of the Lisping Elbow. And, alas, the Earl of Thump's stuffed thisby is found disemboweled by the edge of the lake.

The print features a scene from his 1968 book THE OTHER STATUE. This is a wonderful large-scale print that features the artwork of EDWARD GOREY. In this picture the bearded, fur-coat clad Dr. Maximilian Belgravius is is driving with a companion is an old-timey car - an open-top limousine perhaps. The print features a scene from his 1968 book "THE OTHER STATUE. They are dressed in a the Victorian style that Gorey was known for portraying - a tweed overcoats, caps and fur.

The annual charity fête at Backwater Hall in Mortshire is disrupted by the mysterious death of Lord Wherewithal and the theft of the Lisping Elbow. Confusion and misgivings abound. And, alas, the Earl of Thump's stuffed thisby is found disemboweled by the edge of the lake. Dr. Belgravius and his nephew, Luke Touchpaper, attempt to tie the loose ends together and wonder why Miss Underfold was seen wearing a hat decorated with black lilies. And why was Victoria Scone dancing the tango with Horace Gollop in The Soiled Dove?Edward Gorey creates an intriguing and sharply mordant world and leaves us his own mystery-what has happened to the missing Night Bandage, volume two of the Mortshire secrets?

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Great Edward Gorey book. The artwork is wonderful and the story weird. Glad to have it in my personal library.
Knights from Bernin Knights from Bernin
He is so so so good
Manazar Manazar
Simply love Gorey's material, always have.
lolike lolike
Very nice! Exactly same condition as described
Cia Cia
It was an okay story. Only read it once then resold because it was just gathering dust on my bookshelf.
kinder kinder
Was nice to have a calendar of Gorey's illustrations to look at through the year.
Whitemaster Whitemaster
It's hard to find things of Edward Gorey's. This is a perfect gift for a Gorey fan!
The hall was silent.
The lisping elbow was gone
Time to move on..meh.

If you are a fan of Edward Gorey's art you will enjoy this book. Classic Victorian murder mystery characters with nonsensical plot. Would have liked to see a little more substance especially from the illustrator of the PBS Mystery! series. This could have been a great. Oh well.