The Medical Students: Chapter 4—Of the Manner in Which Jack Randall and Mr Simpson Briggs Distinguished Themselves in Public [4/8]
Short Fiction, Satire, Serial
Medical Practitioners, Education, Dissection
Considers medical students to be people who 'cannot in general afford very fine feelings, and are only conscious of the existence of nerves in the extremities that come under their hands for dissection'.
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