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Maude Casey

delightful DAWSON 9780719096310 PRINT (v2).indd 216 14/10/2016 12:19 Writing as survival 217 nineteenth-century cartoons in Punch, in which the Irish are depicted variously as Caliban, vampires and monsters, is one by Tenniel, who, on 29 October 1881, depicts a human chimpanzee wielding a rock and wearing an ‘Anarchy’ band on his hat, being kept at bay by the upstanding figure of Britannia, wielding her sword of justice.14 Tenniel later portrayed the Irish Home Rule movement as the ‘Irish Frankenstein’ in his cartoon of 20 May 1882, conflating Mary Shelley’s scientist

in The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain