The English Dance of Death was originally published in 1815. Comprised of two volumes, it features 72 metrical compositions by William Combe, which are meant to accompany 72 illustrated plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. Focusing on an earnest expression of character, the authors unravel each of the situations. The plates and the written work find a connection using a thoughtful blend of humour and a wonderful purpose of virtue, carefully presented through an artistic effort. The English Dance of Death is a worthy example of artistic literature that serves to give the reader a glimpse into an older, more superstitious theme. The authors did a terrific job in adding their own present-day originality and uniqueness to this historic subject matter.
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