Punch,  57 (1869), 144.

Punch's Alphabet  [2/2]

D M *


Illustration, Drollery, Serial

Relevant illustrations:



D M *


Zoology, Anatomy, Physiology

    For the letter Z, Punch presents a 'zoophyte', whose 'heart's in his head' and whose 'head's in his "tum!"'. The illustration shows a vaguely human-looking zoophyte at the bottom of the sea, having a face in its abdomen, a heart where its nose should be, and a stomach in its head.

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