Punch,  24 (1853), 69.

The Literature of Flunkeyism



Essay, Drollery


Medical Practitioners, Education

    Describes the medical education of John Smith, an archetypal flunkey. Notes that, despite his want of funds, he was able to establish himself as a legally qualified practitioner.

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