New Publications on Edward Lear (and more)

It’s been a long time since I updated the bibliographies, so here are quite a lot of items.

Essays on Edward Lear:

Walchester, Kathryn. “Non vedete. È una rivoluzione: Edward Lear Landscape Painter and Italy.” Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice 1.1 (2009): 53-73.

Firtich, Nikolai. “The Artists of Nonsense: Nikolai Gogol and Edward Lear.” Transactions of the Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A. 38 (2013): 157-91.

Antinucci, Raffaella. “Parodic Brachyology and Semantic Density in Edward Lear’s ‘Volcanic’ Italian Limericks.” Conversations: La Revue des Etudes Bachyologiques 8 (2019): 235-44.

Nagai, Kaori. “Animal Alphabets: Chesterton’s Dog, Browning’s Rats, Lear’s Blue Baboon.” Imperial Beast Fables: Animals, Cosmopolitanism, and the British Empire. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 155-87.

Marques Granato, Fernanda, and Vera Bastazin. “On the Edge of Sense: Nonsense and Paradox in Edward Lear’s and Qorpo Santo’s Selected Works.” Ilha do Desterro A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies 74.1 (2021): 82-113. [link]

Colley, Ann C. “Animals and Nonsense: Edward Lear’s Menagerie.” The Palgrave Handbook of Animals and Literature. Eds. McHugh, Susan, Robert McKay and John Miller. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 333-346.

Nonsense in general:

Elliott, Richard. The Sound of Nonsense. New York – London: Bloomsbury, 2018.

Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. “Syntaxe et Nonsense.” Linx 10 (1984): 146-53.

Shires, Linda M. “Fantasy, Nonsense, Parody, and the Status of the Real: The Example of Carroll.” Victorian Poetry 26.3 (1988): 267-83.

Bardin, Gay. “The Poetics of Nullity: “Nonsense” Verses of William of Aquitaine, Jaufre Rudel, and Raimbaut D’Orange.” Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 34 (2003): 1-23.

Lushetich, Natasha. “‘Ludus Populi’: The Practice of Nonsense.” Theatre Journal 63.1 (2011): 23-41

Celotto, Vittorio. “Tra nonsense e folklore: Niccolò Povero e la medicina alla rovescia.” Recipe… Pratiche mediche, cosmetiche e culinarie attraverso i testi (secc. XIV-XVI). Eds. Treccani, E. and M. Zaccarello. Vrona: Cierre, 2012. 115-54.

Stanev, Hristomir A. “Ben Jonson’s Eloquent Nonsense: The Noisy Ordeals of Heard Meanings on the Jacobean.” Early Theatre: A Journal Associated with the Records of Early English Drama 17.2 (2014): 95-117.

Tomarken, Annette. “Borrowed Nonsense: The ‘Nugae venales’ and the Prologues of Bruscambille.” Humanistica Lovaniensia 64 (2015): 321-37.

Satpathy, Sumanyu. “The Illogic of Fantasy and Nonsense: The Indian Context.” Indian Literature 59.1 (2015): 165-78.

Giammei, Alessandro. “Nonsense-verse Made in Italy.” il verri 60 (2016): 1-13.

Fall, Rebecca L. “Popular Nonsense According to John Taylor and Ben Jonson.” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 57.1 (2017): 87-110.

Chrzanowska-Kluczewska, Elżbieta. “Humorous Nonsense and Multimin British and American Children’s Poetry.” European Journal of Humour Research 3.3 (2017): 25-42

Peterman, Emily. “The Child’s Death as Punishment or Nonsense? Edward Gorey’s ‘The Gashlycrum Tinies’ (1963) and the Cautionary Verse Tradition.” Bookbird: A Journal of International Children’s Literature 56.4 (2018): 22-30.

Petermann, Emily. “Sounds Like Nonsense: Elements of Orality in American Nonsense Literature.” Cahier voor Literatuurwetenschap 10 (2018): 47-64.

Wong, Mou-Lan. “The Congruity of Incongruity: Victorian Intermedial Humour.” Humour in the Arts: New Perspectives. Eds. Westbrook, Vivienne and Shun-liang Chao. New York – Abingdon: Routledge, 2019. 167-93.

Semenenko, Aleksei. “Semiotics of Nonsense and Non-sense: A Lotmanian Perspective.” Bakhtiniana 14.4 (2019): 152-62.

Celotto, Vittorio. “Problemi filologici della poesia del nonsense. Il caso delle ‘Mattane’ di Niccolò Povero.” La critica del testo. Problemi di metodo ed esperienze di lavoro. Trent’anni dopo. Eds. Malato, E. and A. Mazzucchi. Roma: Salerno Editrice, 2019. 553-570.

Kharlamova, S. A. “Transformation of English Victorian Nonsense in the 20th Century: Lewis Carroll and John Lennon.” Philological Class 1 (2019): 165-69.

Lehman, Robert S. “Original Nonsense: James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, and Modernism’s Genius.” Modernism / modernity 27.2 (2020): 339-60.

The limerick:

Khairy, Nadya, Muhamed Said, and Amani Mehdi Hussein. “Thematization Peculiarities and Prosodic Feature of British Limericks.” Multicultural Education 6.5 (2020): 137-57.

Piat, Èmilie. “Rime vs rythme: traduire les limericks.” Déverbaliser – reverbaliser: la traduction comme acte de violence ou comme manipulation du sens? Eds. Vogeleer, Svetlana and Laurent Béghin. Bruxelles: Université Saint-Louis, 2020. 199-220.

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