Punch,  50 (1866), 117.

Another Drop for the Drama



Essay, Drollery


Amusement, Medical Treatment, Hospitals, Class, Utilitarianism, Animal Husbandry, Disease

    Noting the increased realism sought by theatre managers for their dramatic productions, anticipates the use of 'real paupers all lying really ill' and real surgery for 'a drama called the Union Infirmary', and the use of 'real cows' and 'real cow-doctors' in plays involving the cattle plague.

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