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Two girls commenting on the fact that the new doctor's children are ugly as they pass them in the woods - misinterpreting the theory of natural selection. Wood engraving by Du Maurier, 1892.

  • Du Maurier, George, 1834-1896
Date
1892
Reference
14295i
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Description

Bears dialogue: '"That's the new doctor - and those are his children!" "How ugly his children are!" "Well, naturally! Of course doctors have got to keep the ugly ones to themselves, you know!"'

Publication/Creation

[London], 1892.

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving ; border 13.1 x 18 cm

Lettering

The origin of species. Du Maurier

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 14295i

Languages

  • English


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