Mrs. Punch's Letters to Her Daughter [6/11]
Serial, Letter, Spoof
Human Species, Human Development, Amusement, Naturalists
Begins by presenting 'Judiana' with several questions that, owing to 'Mr. Punch and the British Public' being so 'overcome' by the 'heat of the weather', have not been answered. These include the question of how Charles R Darwin and the George D Campbell (8th Duke of Argyll), and 'other naturalists, account for the regular migration of the Swell and the Snob Tribe to certain foreign resorts at this time of year'.
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