Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 4 (1831), 23–27.

Satire Dissected



Short Fiction



    The father of a family corrects the tendency to critical and satirical remarks in his children. In 'justification' of the title, the narrator begins by introducing the readers 'to the family group in which the operation of dissection was performed', seated in a warm parlour on a winter's evening (23).

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