Origin of puck
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Origin of Puck
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Glackens was a prolific cartoonist in Philadelphia and his comics are one of the most surprising elements in the Puck book.
On some issues, Puck was so mired in its own times that the commentary is redundant.
Usually, though, old-fashioned Liberalism is very much at the fore in Puck.
Puck artists, like their predecessors, combined picture-making skills with a caricatural precision and a knack for lethal symbols.
For three decades, ‘Puck’ waged war on all things holy—politicians, social mores, and the news.
By the rules of the manoeuvres the Red aeroplane was out of action as soon as the Puck rose vertically above her.Round the World in Seven Days|Herbert Strang
This story is the real beginning of Puck—to whom Mr Kipling's latest volumes are addressed.Rudyard Kipling|John Palmer
He was still a Puck, lightening his moods whenever they threatened to hurt the listener with their intensity.The Blower of Bubbles|Arthur Beverley Baxter
I should like an equestrian statue of Puck not shying at a Zeppelin!The Worn Doorstep|Margaret Sherwood
Puck should not have been given by a woman, but by a boy as he was in Shakespeare's day.An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway|Martin Brown Ruud