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There was an Old Man with an Owl
A colourful illustration of a man with his owl, accompanying a humorous poem by the Victorian wit Edward Lear. The verse reads: There was an Old Man with an Owl, who continued to bother and howl/ He sat on a rail, and imbibed bitter ale,/ Which refreshed. that Old Man and his Owl. Taken from A Book of Nonsense by Edward Lear, 1894.
- Image reference D40081-29
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