F. C. Burnand  

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Sir Francis Cowley Burnand (29 November 1836 – 21 April 1917), often credited as F. C. Burnand, was an English comic writer and dramatist.

Burnand was a contributor to Punch for 45 years and its editor from 1880 until 1906. He was also a prolific humorist and writer, creating almost 200 Victorian burlesques, farces, pantomimes and other works. He was knighted in 1902 for his work on Punch.



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