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Because his original books are rather short, these editions may contain 15 or more in each volume. He wrote many of his books under pseudonyms that usually were anagrams of his own name most famously Ogdred Weary. Some of them are listed below, with the corresponding book title s. Eduard Blutig is also a word game: "Blutig" is German the language from which these two books purportedly were translated for "bloody" or "gory".
Deadworry D. She is a parody of Agatha Christie. Events themed on his works and decorated in his characteristic style are common in the more Victorian -styled elements of the subculture, notably the Edwardian costume balls held annually in San Francisco and Los Angeles, which include performances based on his works.
The "Edwardian" in this case refers less to the Edwardian period of history than to Gorey, whose characters are depicted as wearing fashion styles ranging from the mid-nineteenth century to the s. This album was a collaboration with Gorey, who liked previous work by The Tiger Lillies so much that he sent them a large box of his unpublished works, which were then adapted and turned into songs.
Gorey died before hearing the finished album. The opening titles of the PBS series Mystery! In the last few decades of his life, Gorey merchandise became quite popular, with stuffed dolls, cups, stickers, posters, and other items available at malls around the United States.
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The Gashlycrumb Boomers
The Gashlycrumb Tinies
The Gashlycrumb Tinies by Edward Gorey, First Edition