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Defining John Bull: Political Caricature and National Identity in Late Georgian England

The period between 1760 and 1820 was the golden age of British pictorial satire. But only in the last 20 years have the artists and their work attracted serious study in their own right. Rather than being seen as attractive but essentially incidental illustrations for the study of British society and politics, political and socialContinue reading “Defining John Bull: Political Caricature and National Identity in Late Georgian England”