|Figure I. Detail from Robert Fludd, Utriusque Cosmi Historia (1617-19) 31|
|Figure 2. Illustration from "The Witch of the Woodlands,"
reprinted in John Ashton, Chap-Books of the Eighteenth Century||35|
|Figure 3. William Hogarth, "A Just View of the British Stage,
or Three Heads Are Better Than None" ( 1724) ||120|
|Figure 4. "Shakespeare, Rowe, Johnson, now are quite undone / These
are thy Tryumphs, thy Exploits O Lun!" Anonymous
satirical engraving ( 1729) 122|
|Figure 5. William Hogarth, "Enthusiasm Delineated," unpublished
print (ca. 1761) 134|
|Figure 6. Benjamin Robert Haydon, Punch, or May Day ( 1846) ||163|
|Figure 7. Engraving from George Cruikshank, Punch and Judy with
twenty-four illustrations ( 1828) i||68|
|Figure 8. Oskar Schlemmer's "Scheme for Stage, Cult, and Popular
Entertainment," from "Man and Art Figure" ( 1925) ||207|
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Book title: Puppets and "Popular" Culture.
Contributors: Scott Cutler Shershow - Author.
Publisher: Cornell University Press.
Place of publication: Ithaca, NY.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: Not available.
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