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Neither Here nor There

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"Neither Here nor There" by Oliver Herford is a charming collection of whimsical poems and illustrations that playfully explore the concept of being in between two places or states. Herford's witty and clever verses are accompanied by his own delightful drawings, creating a whimsical and humorous reading experience.

The poems in this book are short and concise, yet they manage to convey deep themes of loneliness, longing, and uncertainty. Herford's use of language is clever and playful, and his illustrations add an extra layer of visual interest to the text.

While the subject matter of the poems can sometimes be melancholic, Herford infuses each verse with a sense of humor and light-heartedness that makes them a joy to read. The book's brevity and accessibility make it a quick and enjoyable read for readers of all ages.

Overall, "Neither Here nor There" is a delightful and thought-provoking collection of poems that will resonate with anyone who has ever felt caught between two worlds. Herford's wit and whimsy shine through in every page, making this book a charming addition to any poetry lover's collection.

Book Description:
Oliver Herford, and American humorist, writer, and illustrator here gives us short vignettes from topics as seemingly insignificant things as the creases in trouser, several pieces on cats, and societal mores and foibles. Each piece is filled with humorous barbs and insights into the human condition. - Summary by Larry Wilson

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