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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, February 7, 1891 is a delightful collection of satirical essays, cartoons, and playful commentary on the political and social issues of its time. The magazine has a witty and sharp sense of humor, poking fun at the absurdities and pretensions of Victorian society.

The illustrations in this volume are particularly impressive, capturing the essence of each article with clever visual gags and caricatures. The writing is equally clever, blending sarcasm and wit to create a sharp and incisive critique of the world around them.

While some of the references may be dated, the overall tone and themes of Punch still resonate with modern readers. It's a fascinating look at the attitudes and concerns of the late 19th century, and a reminder that satire has always been a powerful tool for social commentary.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, February 7, 1891 is a delightful read for anyone interested in history, humor, or just a good laugh. Highly recommended for fans of satire and wit.

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VOL. 100.

February 7, 1891.




Mr. G. G. ( meekly ). My love?


Mrs. G. G. I see that the proprietors of All Sorts are going to follow the American example, and offer a prize of £20 to the wife who makes out the best case for her husband as a Model. It's just as well, perhaps, that you should know that I've made up my mind to enter you !

Mr. G. G. ( gratified ). My dear CORNELIA! really, I'd no idea you had such a

Mrs. G. G. Nonsense! The drawing room carpet is a perfect disgrace, and, as you can't, or won't, provide the money in any other way, why Would you like to hear what I've said about you?

Mr. G. G. Well, if you're sure it wouldn't he troubling you too much, I should , my dear.

Mrs. G. G. Then sit where I can see you, and listen. ( She reads. ) "Irreproachable in all that pertains to morality" (and it would be a bad day indeed for you, GALAHAD, if I ever had cause to think otherwise .') "morality; scrupulously dainty and neat in his person" (ah, you may well blush, GALAHAD, but, fortunately, they won't want me to produce you!) "he imports into our happy home the delicate refinement of a preux chevalier of the olden time... Continue reading book >>

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