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Victorian Mother Goose

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        StatementHart Pub Co
        PublishersHart Pub Co
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        LC ClassificationsMay 1984
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 63 p. :
        Number of Pages40
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100805504613
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The practice started when observers at public hangings noticed that male victims often sported an erection after death, sometimes even ejaculating at the moment of. Dibdin, Thomas August 21, 1860. According to Maeda, he started the practice in order to get around Japan's strict censorship laws, which forbade the depiction of a penis but did not forbid penetration by anything else.

Later a compilation of English nursery rhymes, titled Mother Goose's Melody, or, Sonnets for the Cradle, helped perpetuate the name Victorian Mother Goose in Britain and the United States. They were hugely popular, and younger children got into the act, too.

Nursery Rhymes

Laura Lee, The Victorian Mother Goose Familiar, Pelican 1999,• The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes, Oxford University Press 1997; see the section "Mother Goose in America", pp. And if the Bowl had been stronger My Song had been longer. Review: This is a small book that I'm not so certain will "stand up to the abuse from young readers" as Publishers Weekly claims see below. The color scheme is muted, yet the compositions are lively. The exclamatory style used in all three stanzas replicates that used only in the sixth stanza of the popular Jack and Jill and Old Dame Gill.