- BOOK: Handwriting Analysis (1959) "Ellis Parker Butler" This book contains a brief analysis of Butler's character from a sample of his handwriting. "The Art and Science of Reading Character" by M. N. Bunker, founder, International Grapho Analysis Society. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Company, Publishers. Pages 27-29. [EPBLIB]
from Handwriting Analysis
Ellis Parker Butler
Here's a character analysis of Ellis Parker Butler by M. N. Bunker:
Plate 8 was written in 1927 by one of America's great humorists, the famous author of "Pigs Is Pigs" which is still a classic of humor writing. Ellis Parker Butler was cool, collected, as far as his feelings went. His humor was pure humor, never emotional appeal. He never ridiculed, as he might have done if he had been driven by his emotions. He never wrote a line that did not leave the reader pleasantly in good humor. There was such complete freedom of rancor or emotion, that men and women regardless of race, or religion could read and enjoy his keen wit.
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