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Max Beerbohm
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    (August 24, 1872-May 20, 1956)
    Birth name was Henry Maximilian Beerbohm
    Known for his caricatures of celebrities
    Wrote ‘The Works of Max Beerbohm (1896),’ ‘A Christmas Garland (1912),’ ‘Zuleika Dobson (1911)’ and ‘Seven Men (1919)’
    Knighted (1939)
    He was prissy.
    He wrote an essay called ‘A Defense of Cosmetics.’
    Although heterosexual, he was associated with Oscar Wilde and the gay Victorian subculture.
    He was short.
    He viciously ridiculed celebrities in his drawings and stories.
    He detested Rudyard Kipling.
    His writings are full of pretentious references.
    He once went to America saying he planned to establish a monarchy there.
    He mocked the self-important writers and artists of his time.
    He was well-liked by his contemporaries.
    He was a witty person.
    One critic called him ‘the last civilized man on earth.’

Credit: Wieland Kalligaro

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