In essence it is a book in which approximately 60 illustrations from the original canon (all Paget and his followers - no Steele) are reproduced with amusing comments under them that try to give an alternative interpretation of the image.
Now there may be another edition. Looking on Amazon now reveals this cover:
And the page count is listed as 128 pages. Does this have more in it to justify the price? I don't know.
It just seems a little cheeky to me to reproduce original illustrations, add little more than a caption per illustration (plus a small introduction) and package it to sell.
However, if the idea appeals to you - go for it. There are smiles to be had.
Written by Alistair DuncanBuy my books here