A Frog Who Would a-Wooing Go

Charles Bennett, 1829–1867



Book Description

A frog who would a-wooing is an Illustrated book published in 1864 by Charles Bennett. Charles Henry Bennett (26 July 1828 – 2 April 1867) was a prolific Victorian illustrator who pioneered techniques in comic illustration. The story begins as "On the quiet sedgy bank of a stagnant pool, and under the shadow of rank reeds and bulrushes, sat two frogs. They had retired from the shoal, who were disporting themselves in the water, and were earnestly talking. The elder of the two, an old matron, addressing the younger, who, by-the-by, was her son, said, ....."







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