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Summary

Edward Lear's much-loved comic poem, featuring the most elegant fowl in literature and his beautiful feline friend, read by Jenny Agutter.
Public Domain (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Great book really enjoyed it.

Loved it really book to read very funny reminded me of when I was a kid

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So charming

I love the cadence and humour . So happy making as it rolls around one’s ears.

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still a magical wee story....

a favourite since i was a young kid....im 59 now and still as enthralled by it. jenny agutter performs it brilliantly 💙❤.

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Beautiful poem but...

I don't feel the narrator gave any life/emotion to the role/piece, very flat sadly.