Edward, Tudo Por Ele

Um conto os muitos contos? Não há palavra que o defina: Edward – Tudo por ele; resgata a mais nobre performance dos contos de amores na adolescência, além do aspecto...

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Edward

A saga da vida de um ator e suas confusões em meio aos personagens dos espetáculos, a luta por uma melhor qualidade de vida e a busca incessante por métodos não convencionais...

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Rei Lear

Ao chegar à velhice, Lear, rei da Bretanha, se vê obrigado a dividir seu reino. A maior desgraça para um monarca atingira-o: para protegê-lo e garantir sua sucessão, nenhum...

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Nonsense Verses by Edward Lear by LEAR, Edward

This is a collection of some of the delightful nonsense verses and stories by Edward Lear. A lot of them are also my favorites. The Jumblies, The Owl and the Pussy-cat; the Broom,...

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O Cavaleiro De Edward

O Cavaleiro de Edward é um romance de fantasia, que narra as aventuras de um grupochamado de “Eleitos”, formado por Ethae, Ivar e Horuk, que recebem uma difícil missão...

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Laughable Lyrics by LEAR, Edward

Hillarious, fantastic poems that I enjoyed reading to my two sons when they were little. Now Id like to read them for anyones children to enjoy listening to. (Summary by Roeg11)

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The Utter Nonsense Of Edward Lear

A fine selection of hand-picked classics from the master of nonsense, enthusiastically narrated by Colin Jones. This collection contains some of Mr Lear’s finest works:How...

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Book of Nonsense, A by LEAR, Edward

In 1846 Lear published A Book of Nonsense, a volume of limericks that went through three editions and helped popularize the form. This book contains 112 of these funny,...

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The Finest Nonsense of Edward Lear

Nearly 150 years since his poetry was first published, Lear's nonsense rhymes are still popular today. In this lively and colorful audiobook recording, Derek Jacobi reads Lear's...

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Owl and the Pussycat, The by LEAR, Edward

Librivoxs weekly poetry project for the week of January 22, 2006: The Owl and the Pussycat is a famous nonsense poem by Edward Lear, first published in 1871. Its most notable...

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