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Portrait of William Ernest Henley by Leslie Ward published in Vanity Fair 26 November 1892. Henley's entire reputation as a poet rests on "Invictus."

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"This legendary caricature appeared in British Vanity Fair on September 27, 1900, just after Churchill's return to England following his headline-making escape from the Boers, and just before his first General Election victory as the Conservative Candidate for Oldham. Drawn by Leslie Ward (who signed his work as 'Spy'), the caricature ran as part of a profile headlined: 'Men of the Day,' written by Vanity Fair's founder, Thomas Gibson Bowles.

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