Punch,  29 (1855), 155.

The Attitude of Prussia



News-Commentary, Drollery


Zoology, Cultural Geography, Animal Behaviour, Analogy, Taxonomy

    Responding to claims that Prussia is 'like a noble animal of the forest' waiting to 'spring on the first' who 'irritates her', likens the country to 'something between a mad dog and a donkey at bray' and insists that the best 'zoological representative for Prussia' is the 'beast'.

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