JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post
These bits just caught my eye, found in the 1891 volume of Punch magazine, a smart and sharp-as-broken-glass humorous/satirical/social commentary popular English mag. It takes Henrik Ibsen to a rough task: evidently, if Ibsen were a color-by-number portrait to be painted, Punch would give him the numbers "1" and "2", and then color everything in one color. Somestimes something can be revolutionary and essential and unlikable, even when it has become the modern world's most-often-performed play.
And the review of A Doll's House that accompanies the satirical image above: