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The Comic Natural History [38 Images]

The Comic Natural History [38 Images]

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The Comic Natural History of the Human Race by Henry Louis Stephens, published in 1851, is a humorous and satirical work that uses wit and caricature to examine the various aspects of human behavior and society. It takes a lighthearted approach to the study of human nature and the foibles of human society.

In this book, Stephens employs humorous illustrations and witty commentary to explore topics related to human character, habits, and customs. Through caricatures and playful observations, he provides a satirical look at the quirks, idiosyncrasies, and absurdities of people from different walks of life and social classes.

The Comic Natural History of the Human Race is an example of a 19th-century satirical work that uses humor as a lens to comment on society and human behavior. It reflects the comedic sensibilities of its time and provides a unique perspective on the social and cultural aspects of the mid-19th century.

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