Tragedy Cartoons

Phaedra and Theseus

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Ingoldsby Legends - Discovery of an Adultery

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Boy carrying Samuel Richardson's 'Clarissa' for his mistress

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Ingoldsby Legends - Page Boy Drowned in Barrel

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Musical Sketches - The orchestra during the performance of a tragedy

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Tragic Physiognomies - A Roman about to kill his sister with his sword on account of indecent rhymes

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Tragic Physiognomies - Heracles: 'Guess if you can, and choose if you dare!'

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Some Hamlet-based puns

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As you like it - the fith act in the Gaité

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Ingoldsby Legends - Murder of De Guise

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Mono line style illustration showing the two masks associated with drama representing the traditional generic division between comedy and tragedy using ancient Greek Muses, Thalia was Muse of comedy (the laughing face), while Melpomene was the Muse of tra

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'Yes, I will come to his temple to worship the Eternal'

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Mono line style illustration showing a drama theater mask with hibiscus or rose mallow and arabian jasmine, Jasminum sambac or sampaguita and Philippine sun in background.

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