Mirror of Literature, 6 (1825), 104.
Faculties of Men and Dogs
Animal Behaviour, Human Species, Psychology
After an introduction stating that there have been 'great opinions to maintain that the faculties of men and brutes differ rather in degree than in kind', the writer recounts an anecdote in which a dog attempts to gain admission to an Oxford common-room.
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