The Frog Who Would A-Wooing Go [Full Classic Illustration]+[Free Audio Book Link]+[Active TOC]
by Charles H. Bennett
Charles Henry Bennett (London, 1828–2 April 1867) was a prolific Victorian illustrator who pioneered techniques in comic illustration. He wrote illustrated stories and illustrated many children's books including his own version of Aesop's Fables"translated into Human Nature". His work also appeared in Punch and other comic magazines and newspapers. He died in poverty at the age of 37. A benefit given at London's Adelphi Theatre for his widow and children shortly after his death was the occasion for the first public performance of Cox and Box.