Punch,  50 (1866), 21.

Euclid for the Green Room



Notes, Drollery


Mathematics, Amusement

    A list of geometrical axioms adapted for theatrical entertainment. For example, 'A line, in mathematical science, is also breadth without length; as, for instance, a Low Comedian's line in a one act farce of practical fun', and 'An obtuse manager is greater than an acute author'.

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