Born on May 12, 1812 (age 76) in England. He is a celebrity author. His popular books are A Book of Nonsense (1846), The Owl and the Pussycat (1871), The Jumblies, The Book of Nonsens... and Nonsense Songs (1871). He died on January 29, 1888, Sanremo, Italy. Edward Lear has 1 sibling in His family: Ann Lear.
He was a British poet, novelist, and artist known for his witty limericks. He is well known for his 1871 nonsensical poetry "The Owl and the Pussycat."
He proposed twice to a woman who was over forty years his junior, but she rejected both of his offers. He also had an unrequited attachment to Franklin Lushington, a longtime male friend.
He was the youngest of twenty-one children in a family of twenty-one. Asthma, convulsions, and melancholy plagued him from childhood.
An artist as well as an author, he created drawings for his debut publication, which was entitled Illustrations of the Family of the Psittacidae, or Parrots.
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As far as we know He has died January 29, 1888 ( age 76)
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He was portrayed by renowned actor Derek Jacobi in a 2011 BBC radio drama.
● Born on May 12, 1812 (age 76) in England ● He is a celebrity author ● His popular books are A Book of Nonsense (1846), The Owl and the Pussycat (1871), The Jumblies, The Book of Nonsens... and Nonsense Songs (1871) ● He died on January 29, 1888, Sanremo, Italy● Edward Lear has 1 sibling in His family: Ann Lear
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