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Rex Whistler

Illustrator

(1905 - 1944)

Rex Whistler

Reginald John ‘Rex’ Whistler was born in London and was a successful artist, stage designer, and illustrator. He was killed in action in Normandy shortly after the invasion. His brother Laurence was also an artist.



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Louder and Funnier (1932)

A collection of essays written when P.G. Wodehouse was drama critic at Vanity Fair.

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A Treasury of Hans Christian Andersen (1974)

A new English translation containing seventy-two of the tales.

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