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by Mervyn Peake

Author: Mervyn Peake
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Methuen young books (August 15, 1974)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: lrf mbr lit lrf

Contains 13 Poems And Full Page Illustrations By Peake.

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Mervyn Laurence Peake (9 July 1911 – 17 November 1968) was an English writer, artist, poet, and illustrator. He is best known for what are usually referred to as the Gormenghast books

Mervyn Laurence Peake (9 July 1911 – 17 November 1968) was an English writer, artist, poet, and illustrator. He is best known for what are usually referred to as the Gormenghast books. The three works were part of what Peake conceived as a lengthy cycle, the completion of which was prevented by his death.

Used availability for Mervyn Peake's Rhymes Without Reason. August 1974 : UK Hardback. October 1990 : UK Paperback.

The Sunday Books (with Michael Moorcock). Rhymes Without Reason. Mervyn Peake came to fame first as an artist. The Rhyme of the Flying Bomb. Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor. based on a fragment by Mervyn Peake). Before the Second World War he was considered to be one of the best portraitists in England, publishing wonderful studies of writers, actors, and painters. Laurence Olivier, Graham Greene, Dylan Thomas, and others all sat for him. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Rhymes without reason from your list? Rhymes without reason. Published 1974 by Methuen in London.

Summary Bibliography: Mervyn Peake. Rhymes Without Reason (1974). Peake's Progress (1981) with Maeve Gilmore. Boy in Darkness and Other Stories (2008).

Mervyn Laurence Peake (Author). Book 4 of 4 in the Gormenghast Trilogy Series. The titular Titus, having turned his back on Gormenghast once and for all at the end of "Titus Alone," becomes a strangely passive fellow.