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Parodies of Randolph Caldecott's work

The Mad Dog of Potsdam

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This is the parody's cover, alongside Caldecott's original.  For comparison of the contents, click here or on the "Mad Dogs" button at the foot of this page.

Three Jovial Huntsmen

In this case it was the poem, which Randolph Caldecott illustrated and hence made well-known, which then became the subject of several political parodies.  (Some examples will be added soon - watch this space...)

The Queen of Hearts

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The parody on the left is by our former Chairman, the late John Victor Caldecott Anthony (Randolph's great-nephew).  Drawn for his Ruby Wedding on 4th April 1984, it shows John Anthony, his wife, son and both grandchildren.  The son, Keeling Anthony, designed this web-site.

 

 

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