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An example of nonsensical magic occurs in Carl Sandburg's Rootabaga Stories , when Jason Squiff, in possession of a magical "gold buckskin whincher", has his hat, mittens, and shoes turn into popcorn because, according to the "rules" of the magic, "You have a letter Q in your name and because you have the pleasure and happiness of having a Q in your name you must have a popcorn hat, popcorn mittens and popcorn shoes".
Riddles only appear to be nonsense until the answer is found. The most famous nonsense riddle is only so because it originally had no answer. While most contemporary nonsense has been written for children, the form has an extensive history in adult configurations before the nineteenth century. Figures such as John Hoskyns, Henry Peacham, John Sandford , and John Taylor lived in the early seventeenth century and were noted nonsense authors in their time.
Literary nonsense, as opposed to the folk forms of nonsense that have always existed in written history, was only first written for children in the early nineteenth century.
It was popularized by Edward Lear and then later by Lewis Carroll. Today literary nonsense enjoys a shared audience of adults and children. Note : None of these writers are considered exclusively a "nonsense writer". Some of them wrote texts considered to be in the genre as in Lear, Carroll, Gorey, Lennon, Sandburg , while others only use nonsense as an occasional device as in Joyce, Juster.
All of these writers wrote outside of the nonsense genre also. Bob Dylan wrote some lyrics that contain nonsense techniques, especially around the mids, in songs like "Bob Dylan's th Dream" and " Tombstone Blues ". Byrne often combined coherent yet unrelated phrases to make up nonsensical lyrics in songs such as: " Burning Down the House ", "Making Flippy Floppy" and "Girlfriend Is Better".
More recently, Byrne published Arboretum , a volume of tree-like diagrams that are, "mental maps of imaginary territory". He continues, explaining the aspect of nonsense: "Irrational logic — [ The application of logical scientific rigor and form to basically irrational premises.
To proceed, carefully and deliberately, from nonsense, with a straight face, often arriving at a new kind of sense. Syd Barrett , one-time frontman and founder of Pink Floyd , was known for his often nonsensical songwriting influenced by Lear and Carroll that featured heavily on Pink Floyd's first album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.
Glen Baxter 's comic work is often nonsense, relying on the baffling interplay between word and image. Zippy the Pinhead , by Bill Griffith , is an American strip that mixes philosophy, including what has been called "Heideggerian disruptions"  and pop culture in its nonsensical processes.
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