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- An Anglo-American Alliance: A Serio-Comic Romance and Forecast of the ****ure is a 1906 novel written and illustrated by Gregory Casparian and published...
- Independence Movement. Chattopadhyay wrote thirteen novels and many serious, serio-comic, satirical, scientific and critical treatises in Bengali. His works were...
- Turkey"". Merriam Webster. Retrieved Jan 3, 2020. Judy, Or the London Serio-comic Journal. 1877. "cold turkey" definition, Dictionary.com. "Etymology of...
- historical novel by Alexandre Dumas, written in 1845, and later adapted as a "serio-comic" play in five acts. It has sometimes been subtitled as a sequel to The...
- folktales, which were funny, but had a serious, often ethical, theme. The serio-comic style became a rhetorical mainstay of the Cynics. It was also used by...
- The Princess is a serio-comic blank verse narrative poem, written by Alfred Tennyson, published in 1847. Tennyson was Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom...
- 19th and early 20th centuries. The full name was Judy; or the London Serio-Comic Journal. The magazine's first issue was cover dated May 1, 1867 and the...
- Farinelli is an opera in two acts, described as 'serio-comic', by John Barnett, to a libretto by his brother Charles Zachary Barnett. Produced in 1839...
- Limited, because he imposes the same themes, self-conscious approach, and serio-comic sensibility of his previous films on the new one, confining his three...
- for audience relief, and lots of arch characterizations be****ing the serio-comic-strip nature of the plot." Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called...
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