Victorian Worthies Hardback

Vanity Fair's Leaders of Church and State

by Malcolm Johnson;


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Victorian Worthies

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Victorian Worthies, introduced by Ian Hislop, collects the very best caricatures of the leading church figures of Victorian Britain from the pages of the original Vanity Fair magazine. The brilliant colour cartoons by 'Ape' and 'Spy' and accompanying vignette by 'Jehu Junior' (editor Thomas Gibson Bowles) are here reproduced, with a brief modern-day biography by priest Malcolm Johnson. Includes portraits of William Gladstone, Samuel Wilberforce, Alfred Lord Tennyson, John Ruskin, Anthony Trollope, John Henry Newman, Benjamin Disraeli, Queen Victoria, William Spooner, Robert Baden-Powell, Winston Churchill, Edward VII, Cosmo Lang and G K Chesterton.

Victorian Worthies by Malcolm Johnson was published by Darton Longman & Todd in August 2014. The ISBN for Victorian Worthies is 9780232531107.

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Page last updated 4th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherDarton Longman & Todd (August 2014)
Weight368g
Number of Pages128
Height198 mm
Width126 mm
ISBN9780232531107
ISBN-100232531102
Product Code4270696
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