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Owl and the Pussycat

Honey and plenty of money: one of Anne Mortimer’s charmingly detailed illustrations to Edward Lear’s The Owl and the Pussycat, in a colourful paperback edition (Templar, £5.99; 1-84011-358-8). At the end of the book, in a biographical note about Lear, are two stanzas of his unfinished sequel to the poem

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Clowning glory

Clowning glory

Clowns are having a bad press, but they represent an ancient and holy tradition, Pat Ashworth discovers  Subscribe to read more

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Not the comfy chair!

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