Edward Lear and Crete

Stephen Duckworth has now created a website to supplement his recent article on “Edward Lear and Crete” (New Griffon 12). It provides plenty of information on Lear’s seven-week stay on the island and also contains a section of pictures, as well as a map of his wanderings.

Edward Lear, Khanéa, Crete (17 April. 1864/6.40 PM./Canea. 15)

Don’t forget that tonight at 10.45 GMT starts the BBC Radio 3 series of essays on Edward Lear, here is the full program (from Playing by the Book’s Kidlit Radio #14):

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1 Response to Edward Lear and Crete

  1. famillejt says:

    looking forward to listening to this tonight, and all week 🙂

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