Punch,  54 (1868), 120.

Scientific Cruelty





Veterinary Science, Dissection, Surgery, Cultural Geography, Nationalism

    Expresses horror at cruel practices perpetrated at French schools of veterinary science. Noting how students are obliged to dissect live horses, considers French veterinary surgeons to be 'bigger brutes than those on which they operate', and emphasises that English dissecting rooms are for instructing students, not for torture.

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