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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-02-25   By:

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Punch, or the London Charivari is a satirical magazine that has been delivering sharp wit and humor for over a century. In this particular volume, the writers do not disappoint with their clever commentary on various political and social issues of the time.

The cartoons and illustrations are a highlight of this issue, adding an extra layer of humor to the already witty writing. The artwork is detailed and expressive, enhancing the overall reading experience.

One of the standout features of this volume is the diverse range of topics covered, from politics to pop culture. The writers do not hold back in their critiques, making for an engaging and thought-provoking read.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-02-25 is a must-read for anyone who appreciates satire and clever humor. It is a timeless publication that continues to entertain and resonate with readers to this day.

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PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.

VOL. 158.

February 25th, 1920.

CHARIVARIA.

"Another American," says a Washington despatch, "has been captured by Mexicans and is being held to ransom." We deplore these pin prick tactics. If there is something about the United States that President CARRANZA wants changed he should say so.

A contemporary states that the old theory, that when your ears burn it means that people are talking about you, is accurate. Upon hearing this a dear old lady at once commenced to crochet a set of asbestos ear guards for Mr. CHURCHILL.

The American gentleman who claims to have invented revues is shortly coming over to England for a holiday. Personally we should advise him to wait until the crime wave has died down a bit.

It is pleasing to note that in spite of the recent spring like weather the POET LAUREATE is calmly keeping his head.

In their last Note to Holland on the subject of the ex Kaiser's trial the Allied Governments drop a hint that it was they and not Holland who won the War. It is impossible to be too definite on this matter.

Cotton, it is announced, has gone up to tenpence a reel. The new American whisky stands at the same figure.

"Boys sing automatically, like parrots," declares the choirmaster of St... Continue reading book >>


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