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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Sir Henry Maximilian Beerbohm (August 24, 1872May 20, 1956) was an English parodist, dandy and caricaturist. He is best remembered for "Enoch Soames", the tale of a poet who makes a deal with the Devil to find out how posterity will remember him.

Books of Max Beerbohm's works

Written works

Collections of caricatures

  • Caricatures of Twenty-five Gentlemen (1896)
  • The Poets' Corner (1904)
  • A Book of Caricatures (1907)
  • Cartoons: The Second Childhood of John Bull (1911)
  • Fifty Caricatures (1913)
  • A Survey (1921)
  • Rossetti and His Circle (1922)
  • Things New and Old (1923)
  • Observations (1925)
  • Heroes and Heroines of Bitter Sweet (1931) five drawings in a portfolio
  • Max's Nineties: Drawings 1892–1899 (1958, ed. Rupert Hart-Davies and Allan Wade)
  • Beerbohm's Literary Caricatures: From Homer to Huxley (1977, ed. J. G. Riewald)
  • Max Beerbohm Caricatures (1997, ed. N. John Hall)
  • Enoch Soames: A Critical Heritage (1997)




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