Mexico, D.F. 1923. First printing. Staplebound. 16 p., illus., wrps. Very Good. Item #167008
Early 20th century Mexican humor journal (not to be confused with the Ecuatorian publication of the same name). Features news stories of popular and political interest, with humorous caricatures to illustrate them. Also includes a segment of the "Novisimo Diccionario," a project to document the nuances of the Mexican Spanish of the period. Includes a page worth of entries, followed by printings of short poems by the likes of Baudelaire, Verlaine and others. A rare magazine, with no copies on OCLC or in the trade as of March 2015.