11 April 2002
26 March 2002
18 November 2001
17 April 2001
6 August 2000
5 August 2000
- New essays:
- We might soon have our own domain: nonsenselit.it!
5 July 2000
1 September 1999
26 May 1999
15 May 1999
10 May 1999
- A posthumous book containing a picture story is online: Lear
in Sicily with all the pictures, introduction and notes.
- Several entries added in the Musical arrangements
- The site has been completely redesigned. Two mirror sites opened,
in the USA (http://edwardlear.cjb.net/)
and in Europe (http://elear.cjb.net/).
Though you can still enjoy it with any browser, a CSS style sheet enabled
one will offer best results.
- Added link to subscribe to the Edward Lear mailing list. Thanks
- Added a form to obtain notification of changes to this page.
5 February 1998
20 January 1998
2 January 1998
3 December 1997
18 October 1997
23 August 1997
- New songs from Laughable Lyrics:
7 August 1997
9 May 1997
- New page with Portraits of Lear, as
well as three portraits.
- New Edward Lear's Art page, four parrot
- New Pentatette Seal of Approval on Home Page, Pentatette link added
in Limericks links page
- Announcement of Second Annual Limerick Contest on Home Page.
- Home Page completely redesigned, added second-level TOCs.
- Link to poetry generation page in Nonsense links
2 February 1997
21 January 1997
8 January 1997
12 November 1996
9 October 1996
25 July 1996
13 June 1996
10 June 1996
- Added the counter (including the contacts at previous location) to
the Home Page.
- New links in the Lear, limericks
and comics link pages.
5 June 1996
1 June 1996
The pages have reached America! New URL.
Added an Essays section with a review
of Maxima's CD-ROM and Sir Edward Strachey's
Introduction to Lear's Nonsense Songs and Stories (1895).
27 May 1996
All limericks from the 1861 Book of Nonsense
are now online.
Added a couple of pictures to the Chronology.
New logo for the pages and general reorganization of the site.
The Lear pages have been voted among the Favourite Web Sites at SFBUZZ
Weekend Browser Award! I have removed the link to SFBUZZ as it redirected
to a pornographic site, I'm sorry if you ever happened to click it.
New Fulford Gallery link in the Lear links page.
19 April 1996
MAXIMA New Media's Edward Lear Limerick Contest.
New Lear Links.
20 February 1996
Three limericks which appeared only in the
1846 and 1855 editions added.
New Little Nemo Page added to Comics links.
20 January 1996
New Edward Gorey and several Morgenstern links in the Nonsense
Links page. Updated link to Ch. Cave's Joyce page and added link to
the Children's Literature Web Guide in Literature Links
Added a few items to the bibliography of Lear
6 January 1996
Added a review of MAXIMA New Media's Lear CD-ROM.
Nonsense links page reorganized and some links added.
17 December 1995
Chronology completed. I have very little
space left for the Lear pages!
15 December 1995
New song: The Dong with a Luminous Nose.
I have changed the background color after receiving a pair of messages
lamenting difficulties in reading the introductory pages; let me know
if the new color has improved readability.
13 December 1995
The Daddy Long-legs and the Fly to Nonsense
Songs and Stories page.
New links in the Nonsense Literature section: Eliot's
Book of Practical Cats and other Eliot resources.
"There was an Old Derry down Derry" has been slected as the
Starting Point's daily 'Featured
9 December 1995
Nonsense Songs and Stories page with The
Yonghy-Bonghy-Bò (lyrics and MIDI
Added subject table to links page, as well as a
new link to 3 Guys Who Draw page in the Comics
5 December 1995
Added links to Maxima New Media's Lear
CD-ROMs, Dan Gregor's transcript of Lear's Alphabet and Dan
Visel's Nonsense books links. Home page slightly modified (removed
introduction to the limerick).
3 December 1995
Added links to Lear's The Jumblies,
to Archy and Mehitabel pages (thanks to Jim Ennes), and to David
Dodd's essay on Nonsense in Grateful Dead's songs.
1 December 1995
Added the first 60 limericks from A Book of
Nonsense and the page about G. Verbeek's
Terrors of the Tiny Tads. Some links still lead to empty or
incomplete documents; I'm working hard on these.
First set up on 26 November 1995