A of M, 146-147: Digression of Anatomy


This section is for people who have a hard time telling the difference between dogs and people. Also, I apologize from the dank, dark bottom of my heart for my dog drawings. I am not very good at drawing dogs, but apparently that is not going to stop me from trying.

It is possible that I am very tired today.

Today’s quote:

[Some men] know not what this body and soul are, how combined, of what parts and faculties they consist, or how a man differs from a dog. (147)


This post is part of a long, tedious, and very illustrated read-along of Robert Burton’s The Anatomy of Melancholy – more info here and follow along on Facebook here. Illustrations posted via devon_isadevon on Instagram.

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