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  • Art Review

A look at Edward Gorey through the droll, Victorian Gothic-inflected illustrations he made and the art he collected.

By

Barrymore Laurence Scherer

Hartford, Conn.

For over half a century, the exquisitely literate, deadpan humor of Edward Gorey’s illustrated books and his distinctive pen-and-ink...

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