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A Gorey Festival: The Curious Sofa, The Fatal Lozenge, The Hapless Child, The Sinking Spell (four volume boxed set). Shipping cost may be slightly higher depending on weight of book and shipping destination. Media Mail shipping rate is also available: $ for the first book and $ for each additional. Overseas orders are billed at cost. A mix of poetry and prose, light-hearted and decidedly more morbid storytelling, the book is sure to satisfy both fans of art and lovers of short stories alike. Stories included: "The Unstrung Harp" "The Listing Attic" "The Doubtful Guest" "The Object Lesson" "The Bug Book" "The Fatal Lozenge" "The Hapless Child" "The Curious Sofa" "The.
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Gorey, who died in at the age of 75, was the author and illustrator of a hundred-odd darkly droll little picture books with titles like The Fatal Lozenge, The Deranged Cousins, and The Blue gh he grew up in Depression-era Chicago and lived most of his life in Manhattan, first-time readers often assume he was a denizen of gas-lit London. The Curious Sofa is a book by Edward Gorey, published under the pen name "Ogdred Weary" (an anagram).According to the cover, the book is a "pornographic illustrated story about furniture". Reviews of the book clarify there is nothing overtly sexual in the illustrations, although innuendos (and strategically deployed urns and tree branches) : Edward Gorey (Ogdred Weary).
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The Fatal lozenge, otherwise known as the A to Z of death for fucked up children by Edward Gorey. Sorry Billy. A doesn't stand for apple any more. It stands for apparition. That's right billy, "You see dead people!" D is no longer for dogs.
D is for the drudge who mops the floors until she dies. The death continues until you get to Z/5. The Fatal Lozenge: An Alphabet Paperback – January 1, by Edward Gorey (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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According to Myers, he and Bellairs were browsing a bookstore and came across The Fatal Lozenge, an illustrated alphabet book by Edward Gorey. According to Seemann, “Myers says that Bellairs was particularly fond of Z, which was illustrated with a Zouave [a class of French Army infantry members in the 19th and 20th centuries] hoisting an.
Fatal Lozenge by Edward Gorey (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Boxes set of four books, all published in Small format: 4 7/8"w x 6 1/8"h.
The Fatal Lozenge has a stain at the bottom of the cover and the first few pages. The Hapless Child has a worn, creased spine and scuffed cover. Slight edge wear and creases to The Curious Sofa and The Sinking Spell.
AMPHIGOREY is a graphic collection containing fifteen books written by Edward Gorey. This was simply a fun read for "blah" day. Contained here are: The Unstrung Harp--The Listing Attic--The Doubtful Guest--The Object-Lesson--The Bug Book--The Fatal Lozenge--The Hapless Child--The Curious Sofa--The Willowdale Handcar4/5.
The Fatal Lozenge is another Gorey book that is hard to find in great condition since the dark blue of the cover was printed on white paper and over time becomes easily scuffed. This title is included in Amphigorey. Both my 1st/1st and secondary binding of The Fatal Lozenge are signed by Mr.
Gorey and inscribed to me on the title page. Click to read more about The Fatal Lozenge by Edward Gorey. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(4). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gorey, Edward, Fatal lozenge. New York, I.
Obolensky  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Fatal Lozenge An Alphabet (Book): Gorey, Edward. LIBRARIES CLOSED: All locations and bookdrops of the San Francisco Public Library are currently.
The Bug Book The Fatal Lozenge The Hapless Child The Curious Sofa The Willowdale Handcar The Gashlycrumb Tinies The Insect God The West Wing The Wuggly Ump The Sinking Spell The Remembered Visit This is a paperback version. The Fatal Lozenge - Edward Gorey.
Edward Gorey Dark Romanticism Don John Wordless Book Scary Stories To Tell Horror Themes Gothic Aesthetic Spooky Scary Gothic Art. A delightfully dark vintage alphabet book from mid-century illustrator Edward Gorey, the Tim Burton of his day. we didn't know it, but it was a good day when edward gorey was.
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The Fatal Lozenge by Edward Gorey 1st Print Paperback by Ivan Obolensky, Publisher NY. An Alphabet by Edward Gorey. Illustrated by Gorey this RARE book contains dark and dreary poems which consecutively begin with the letters of the alphabet. Book is in Good Condition with NO loose pages or Rating: % positive.
Buy a cheap copy of Amphigorey Too book by Edward Gorey. Somber drawings illustrate short, enigmatic, and macabre tales and rhymes about murders, unusual animals, and mysterious events.
Free shipping over $/5(5). Definitely weird."The Bug Book" is pretty childish in design and, to me, not particuarly noteworthy."The Fatal Lozenge" is another series of ryhmes, although the level of morbidity and violence is pretty much maxed out.
Reading these you won't find yourself able to laugh, only maybe able to produce a nervous twitter as you ponder how very real 5/5(5). A Gorey Festival: The Fatal Lozenge, The Curious Sofa, The Hapless Child, and The Sinking Spell.
New York: Ivan Obolensky / Astor-Honor, . Gorey, Edward. Original wraps. Four volumes issued in publisher’s slipcase, sixeenmo size, unpaginated with leaves for. Edward St. John Gorey (Febru – Ap ) was an American writer and artist noted for his illustrated books.
His characteristic pen-and-ink drawings often depict vaguely unsettling narrative scenes in Victorian and Edwardian settings. 3 Personal life.
Further reading. 10 External : Tony Award (costume design); Deutscher. In the subsequent twenty years, Gorey has produced about thirty-five more books, with texts variously in prose and verse.
His earlier volumes—such as the collection of limericks (The Listing Attic); the alphabetic horror verses of The Fatal Lozenge and The Gashlycrumb Tinies with its series of Disasters Befalling the Young; that marvelous pseudonymous formal parody, totally. Edward St.
John Gorey () is well-known and well-loved for his poisonously funny picture books which are complex, humorous, serious, and provocative. This work, "The Gorey Alphabet", is the first printing of the British edition of "The Fatal Lozenge" (same book with a.
In The Fatal Lozenge, as in The Listing Attic, his earlier book of macabre limericks, his combination of a children’s genre (in this case, the ABC book) with dark subject matter and black comedy is both mordantly funny and unsettling, especially when he crosses the line, as he occasionally does, into the “sick humor” of contemporaries.
The following two are from The Fatal Lozenge, another of Gorey's alphabetical catalogs -- in this case, the object of each panel is the letter that progresses alphabetically ("Orphan" and "Zouave").- THE UNSTRUNG HARP () THE LISTING ATTIC () THE DOUBTFUL GUEST () THE OBJECT LESSON () THE BUG BOOK () THE FATAL LOZENGE () THE GOREY ALPHABET () [English edition of FATAL LOZENGE] THE HAPLESS CHILD () THE CURIOUS SOFA () THE WILLOWDALE HANDCAR () THE .