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Title Author Type Date Words
Tokio kid say ... Gabrick, Robert May 1, 2015 2686
Broadsides against Boney: Mark Bryant admires a Russian artist whose lampoons of Napoleon inspired some notable British caricaturists. Bryant, Mark Jan 1, 2010 784
Knocking out the boxers: Mark Bryant looks at the cartoons produced in response to the conflict which followed the Opium Wars between China and the West. Bryant, Mark Dec 1, 2008 1061
The art of lese majeste. Apr 1, 2006 1404
Great minds think alike. Bryant, Mark Mar 1, 2006 1280
The man who hated caricature: cartoon historian Mark Bryant examines the origins of caricature itself, and the ambivalent attitude to it of the man whose name has become synonymous with the emergence of the art in Britain. Bryant, Mark Jan 1, 2006 1534
The barbed wit of Weimar: Mark Bryant continues his exploration of significant cartoons and caricature with a look at a German magazine that published some of the bravest satirical critiques of Hitler, bitterly attacking Nazism until 1933, and still published to the last years of the war. Bryant, Mark Dec 1, 2005 1119
How the French became frogs: English caricature and a national stereotype. Bindman, David Aug 1, 2003 3299
Weathering a century: For 100 years, the post-dispatch's weatherbird has commented on the news. Corrigan, Don Dec 1, 2001 1825
The Body Politic ~ Diseases and Discourses. Porter, Roy Oct 1, 2001 3686
Controversial Cartoons - The Unlikely Animation of Yesteryear. Tefertillar, Robert L. May 1, 2000 1065
Controversial Cartoons - Hollywood Censors. Tefertillar, Robert L. May 1, 2000 173
Controversial Cartoons - The Greats. Tefertillar, Robert L. May 1, 2000 223
The art of celebrity caricature. Reaves, Wendy Wick Jul 1, 1998 2915
Rare cartoon art is unearthed in office. Astor, David Aug 28, 1993 545

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