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Review Of: The Efflorescence Of Caricature. Ashgate. 2011. 240 Pp. £65.00. Isbn 9780754665915. By Todd Porterfield (Ed.)
'International, intergenerational, and interdisciplinary' (p. xv) is how Porterfield positions this ambitious collection which analyses caricature between 1759 and 1838. A product of a conference of the same name, the essays it contains fulfil this remit admirably whilst attempting to explain the rise of caricature. Moreover, as Porterfield writes in his introductory offering, these essays seek to loosen the study of caricature from the orthodoxies of satirical print scholarship, and onedoi:10.5281/zenodo.812108 fatcat:hkfvbgoonvgsbboggk662lgsbu