Punch,  43 (1862), 104.

The Naggletons. A Domestic Drama



Drama, Drollery


Mental Illness, Human Development, Medical Practitioners, Psychology

    Set in a parlour hall where Mr and Mrs Naggleton are preparing to leave for a holiday. Mrs Naggleton chides Mr Naggleton for not wanting to take their children with them, and thinks his 'horrible' language about the children is a 'sign of incipient softening of the brain', which she claims on the authority of Forbes B Winslow.

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