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Animal analogues. Verses and illustrations.

by Robert Williams Wood

  Print book : Juvenile audience

Animal Analogues: Verses And Illustrations    (2011-04-14)


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by wppalmer

Wood, Robert Williams (1908) Animal Analogues: Verses And Illustrations (Denatured Series No 24). New York and San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company.

Reviewer: Palmer, W. P.

This short work of verse and drawings was produced by one of the world's great experimental physicists for his chldren. It is intended to be humerous and will not take more than half an hour to read, but in spite of being a century old, it retains some amusing ideas. Some titles are:
The bee - the beet - the beetle
The doe - the dodo
The ape - the grape
The antelope - the cantelope
I hope the reader finds and enjoys the humour of this little book.


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