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  1. 23 de abr. de 2020 · The writings of John Lennon. by. Lennon, John, 1940-1980. Publication date. 1981. Topics. Nonsense literature, English. Publisher. New York : Simon and Schuster.

  2. 27 de ene. de 2014 · In His Own Write & A Spaniard in the Works (public library), released to commemorate Lennons 70th birthday with introductions by Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono, collects his offbeat poetry and prose along with his charming drawings. Lennons whimsical, semi-sensical writings fall somewhere between Lewis Carroll and Gertrude Stein.

  3. 1 de ene. de 1981 · The Writings of John Lennon. John Lennon. 3.75. 693 ratings69 reviews. Gathers two collections of Lennon's drawings, poems, and short stories that make use of wordplay and nonsensical phrases. Genres PoetryMusicHumorFictionShort StoriesBritish LiteratureArt. ...more. 90 pages, Hardcover. First published January 1, 1981. Book details & editions.

  4. John Lennon has 540 books on Goodreads with 91561 ratings. John Lennons most popular book is In His Own Write.

  5. In His Own Write is a 1964 nonsense book by English musician John Lennon. His first book, it consists of poems and short stories ranging from eight lines to three pages, as well as illustrations.

  6. 25 de oct. de 2021 · Internet Archive. Language. English. 392 pages : 26 cm. Contains Lennon's handwritten and typescript letters, postcards, notes and lists, reproduced in still images with transcriptions and commentary by Davies.

  7. 10 de dic. de 2020 · English. 392 pages : 24 cm. John Lennon was a writer as well as a musician. It was entirely natural for him to put pen to paper whenever he had an idea, thought, reaction or a desire to communicate. He lived, and died, in an age before emails & texts. Pen & ink was what he turned to.