Punch – 1917

Punch - 1917
Punch, the famous British magazine has one new addition on Project Gutenberg, one volume from 1917. Punch was responsible for the modern use of the word ‘cartoon‘ to refer to a comic satirical drawing. The magazine was intended to be humorous and satirical, and to signify this intent, took as its name and masthead figure the anarchic glove puppet Mr. Punch. Maybe you never heard about Punch, but you saw some illustrations of one of the famous artists that worked in it. For more Punch on Gutenberg, try this link.

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