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́ (Leacock), [30.XII.1869, (), 28.III.1944, ] . , , . 1891 - , 1903 . , . 1910 . . . (Literary lapses). - (Nonsense novels, 1911), (Sunshine sketches of a little town, 1912), (Arcadian adventures with the idle rich, 1914), (Frenzied fiction, 1918) . , , . . , : (My tailor, 1916), (How we kept mother’s birthday, 1926) . . . , . , . : (The war sacrifices of mr. Spugg), (Brotherly love among the nations). . . , (Ch. Dickens, his life and work, 1933), , (Humour, its theory and technique, 1935), (Humour and humanity, 1937), (How to write, 1944), , (Humour as I see it, 1916). . , . , . 2- . . 1946 . . . . 1957 - . .

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