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George du Maurier Cartoons from Punch magazine

Perils of Aesthetic Culture. Uncle John (suddenly bursting on newly-wedded pair). "Hullo, my turtle-doves! What's the row? Not quarrelled yet, I trust?" Edwin. "Oh dear no. We've been going in for high art, that's all." Angelina. "And drawing from casts of the Antique." Edwin. "And Angy's nose turns up so at the end, and she's got such a skimpy waist, and such a big head, and such tiny little hands and feet! Hang it all, I thought her perfection!" Angelina. "Yes, Uncle John; And Edwin's got a long upper lip, and a runaway chin, and he c-c-can't grow a beard and moustache! Oh dear! Oh dear!"

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George du Maurier Cartoons
Perils of Aesthetic Culture. Uncle John (suddenly bursting on newly-wedded pair). "Hullo, my turtle-doves! What's the row? Not quarrelled yet, I trust?" Edwin. "Oh dear no. We've been going in for high art, that's all." Angelina. "And drawing from casts of the Antique." Edwin. "And Angy's nose turns up so at the end, and she's got such a skimpy waist, and such a big head, and such tiny little hands and feet! Hang it all, I thought her perfection!" Angelina. "Yes, Uncle John; And Edwin's got a long upper lip, and a runaway chin, and he c-c-can't grow a beard and moustache! Oh dear! Oh dear!"