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Philo Gubb, Correspondence-School Detective

By: Ellis Parker Butler

Humor

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Police against Crime: Issue 1

By: Premier Magazines
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Lt. Drake : The Crime Tangle : Vol. 20, Issue 5

By: Indrajal Comics
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Phil Corrigan: The Conspiring Crime Baron: Volume 23, Issue 39

By: Indrajal Comics
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Perfect Crime: Issue 30

By: Cross Publications
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Perfect Crime: Issue 27

By: Cross Publications
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Crime on the Run : Issue 8

By: St. John Publications
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Perfect Crime: Issue 12

By: Cross Publications
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Perfect Crime: Issue 20

By: Cross Publications
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Phil Corrigan: The Criminal Genius: Volume 21, Issue 21

By: Indrajal Comics
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Crime Reporter : Issue 3

By: St. John Publications
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Mighty Mouse Fun Club Magazine: Heckle and Jeckle in Illegal Parking: Issue 172

By: John Stanley
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Mike Barnett Man against Crime: Issue 6

By: Fawcett Magazine
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Fabrique de crimes, La

By: Paul Auguste Jean Nicolas Féval

Fiction, Humor, Mystery

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Verse-Satire in England before the Renaissance

By: Tucker, Samuel Marion, 1876

...and Sottie, though often dealing in very effective satire, are, as genres, humorous rather than satirical (see Creizenach, I, 439-442 ; Lenient, La Sa... ... it has in common with invective. But pure invective is totally lacking in humor, which presupposes sympathy either real or assumed. Humor the satiric... ...e satirical spirit has in common with the mighty mass of purely uncritical humorous literature, the aim of which is only to amuse and the method of wh... ...ts simpler manifestations, the satirical spirit may be identical with pure humor in so far as humor depends on the perception of incongruities, it is ... ... it is dissimilar in that it must attack these absurdities made evident by humor and reduce them to harmony. Obviously, humor and the satirical spirit... ...pathetic, yet in its lighter moods the satirical spirit may be tempered by humor, which is thoroughly sympathetic, or by a sense of contemptuous pity,... ...oathsome. Thus, as the ad- verse criticism grows more severe, the sense of humor de- creases, and at once with this decline of sympathy, the earlier a... ... are good exemplars, the light and even laughing raillery is lost, and the humor decreases, though the wit is constant; the exaggeration is greater, t... ...itter, the ridicule, if there be laughter at all, is unspeakably scornful, humor has been mainly displaced by invective; and, finally, gross exaggerat...

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