Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 251–52.

Letters of the Black Dwarf. To the Yellow Bonze at Japan

The Black Dwarf, pseud.  [Thomas J Wooler] *


Regular Feature, Letter, Spoof


Physics, Physiology

    Relates that, on arriving in London, he 'deemed all the caution of [... his] past life unnecessary', having been led to expect 'a race of free and rational beings'. Writes: 'I thought there was an elasticity in the air, that gave my lungs a more invigorating motion'. (252)

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