The Views ' of an Angry Man. Faithfully Reported by G.
S. Street. (A. H. BUllen. ls.)—The "Angry Man," who, we are told by his proph,etes, is serving a term of imprisonment for an assault upon an optimist—this is the most humorous thing is the book2delivers himself of his opinions in a way which most oi"us will recognise ; will, in fact, see what at times they have thenadves abrised. Poseibly the joke is worn a little threadbare befO4e the get to the end of the book. We know too well what he is going to say. Nevertheless it is a joke, and should be welcomed as such.