40. Parody and Humour
25.3 Anon. The Shriek Stanley Paul & Co. London 1923 Parodies of 'Kudyard Ripling', 'E.M.Yell', 'Sir A.Donan Coyle', 'Henry O.' etc.
25.3 Anon Parodies of 'Barrack-Room Ballads'

Typescript (12pp.) of parodies collected around 1955.
25.3 Anon Parodies of 'If'

Seventy-nine parodies collected by J.S.MacGregor, also around 1955.
25.3 Beerbohm, Max A Christmas Garland Heineman London 1926 Famous book of parodies of contemporary writers. Kipling parody is 'P.C.,X,36'. See also Elliott L. Gilbert, Kipling and the Critics.
25.3 Begbie, Harold The Struwelpeter Alphabet Grant Richards London 1900 'K' is for Kitchener and Kipling. Illustrated by F. Carruthers Gould.
25.3 Bell, Robert & Anon. A Guide to Parnassus The Butterfly
1899 Article in satirical magazine (March issue) and a riposte to 'The White Man's Burden'. Magazine also contains S.H.Sime's illustration of 'Tomlinson giving up the ghost'.
25.3 Carruthers-Gould, Sir F. Froissart's Modern Chronicles 1903-6 T. Fisher Unwin London 1908 Satire on contemporary history. See also Gould, F.Carruthers
25.3 Grossmith, G. & Thompson, F The Kipling Walk B.Feldman & Co. London 1916 Number from 'The Bing Boys Are Here' sung by Vi Loraine. Photocopy.
25.3 Lacon Lectures to Living Authors Geoffrey Bles London 1925 Facetious essays accompanied by portraits by 'Quiz'.
25.3 Leland, Charles G. Hans Breitmann's Barty & Other Ballads Ward Lock London
25.3 Reed, E.T. Mr. Punch's Book of Arms Bradbury Agnew London 1899 Facetious parody of Debrett's Peerage. Illustrated by author.
See also two bound volumes of Punch Bradbury Agnew London 1902