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Hard to find. Barrister Bryce Conrad Hart was, without doubt, the funniest man in town from 1920 to 1957. The New Zealand equivalent of London's A. P. Herbert and Sydney's Banjo Paterson. As A. P. Herbert dominated the London Punch and Banjo Paterson the Sydney Bulletin, so did Bryce Hart dominate the Auckland Observer. His verses, limericks, sketches and articles commented on the New Zealand scene, on New Zealand politics and on world events. They were always witty, often hilariously so, and they were generous in warmth." CONDITION Electric Blue boardslavishly illustrated through out with Hart's cartoons and b/w photo illus. Tight and clean. Original DJ is illustrated by NZ political cartoonist Minhinnick. Foreword by The Hon Sir David Beattie
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