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Thomas Anstey Guthrie (F. Anstey) (1856–1934)

Anstey, F., pseudonym of Thomas Anstey Guthrie. An English humorist; born in Kensington, Aug. 8, 1856; died in 1934. He graduated from Cambridge in 1875, was called to the bar in 1880, and Joined Punch staff in 1887. He is the author of: ‘Vice Versa’ (1882); ‘The Giant’s Robe’ (1883); ‘The Black Poodle’ (1884); ‘The Tinted Venus’ (1885); ‘The Pariah’ (1889); ‘Voces Populi’ (1890); ‘Mr. Punch’s Pocket Ibsen’ (1893); ‘Puppets at Large’ (1897); and among more recent volumes: ‘Percy and Others’ (1915); ‘In Brief Authority’ (1915).