Finding a voice at Judy
in Marie Duval
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Chapter 1 introduces the magazine, which was Duval’s primary site of publication, and her place within it. Themes that emerge affecting her work relate to the serial publication of the magazine and its political orientation, and the way in which Duval’s work was juxtaposed with the contributions of others, notably the cartoonist of the main ‘cut’ (the illustration with the highest status), William Boucher. The chapter emphasises the innovative nature not only of Judy but also of Duval’s role within the magazine and, by extension, her role in developing cartooning itself.

Marie Duval

Maverick Victorian Cartoonist


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