The World of William Hone: A New Look at the Romantic Age in Words and Pictures of the Day
Shelfmark, 1997 - 327 pagina's
A selection of material from three innovative illustrated magazines published by William Hone in the early 19th century. Town and country life is depicted first-hand from many angles, ranging from mayings, mummings and cruel sports to the world of work and the impact of urban growth. With over 80 black and white illustrations.
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Fancies fairs and frolics
fantoccini show Islington 1825 George Cruikshank
little man at Bartholomew Fair Samuel Williams
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