Hopes for the Drama
Zoological Gardens, Animal Behaviour, Amusement
Discussing novelty in theatres, observes that '"novelty, is after all, the true secret of public attraction", as the guinea pig at the Zoological Society Gardens with a new farrow every moon, squeaks contemptuously of the lioness with a single cub in "months and years"'.
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