Hussey's jewel-hued, tongue-in-cheek art gyres and gimbles about and between 13 Carrollian selections: a mix of the usual suspects; a pair of limericks; and such lesser known gems as "The King Fisher's Song," "Little Birds," and "The White Knight's Ballad"— "I'll tell thee everything I can; / There's little to relate. / I saw an aged aged man, / A-sitting on a gate. / ‘Who are you, aged man?' I said. / ‘And how is it you live?' / And his answer trickled through my head / Like water through a sieve."
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