A locked enclosure on a lonely island, a notorious vivisector
, and these crippled and distorted men?
Then, watching her with the curiosity of a vivisector
, he said: "Strange to say, Agatha," (she shrank proudly at the word), "Henrietta might have been alive now but for you.
Harlan Laboratories own two beagle sites, one in Loughborough, which houses "donor beagles" whose blood is sold to vivisectors
, and another in Cambridge, which breeds beagles for sale to laboratories and universities across the world.
By the second half of the nineteenth century, vivisection was a highly publicized controversy in Britain, and criticism against vivisectors
within national borders continued, enmeshed within the discursive aversion towards French practitioners.
But make no mistake - it takes some serious skill to keep sounds that familiar fresh, and Brooklyn's The Vivisectors
bring a menace and darkness to the often upbeat genre that's both startling and appreciated.
Frances Power Cobbe's Illustrations of Vivisection; or, Experiments on Living Animals contains pictures of the devices used by vivisectors
in their surgeries.
46) Although some researchers initially believed that curare had anesthetic properties (and some believed that animals had no awareness of pain generally), (47) such beliefs may simply have been the product of wishful thinking on the part of vivisectors
who, as a matter of course, routinely cut open and dissected fully conscious animals.
Unlike members of the lower classes who might beat an animal in frustration or anger, or delight in the bloody display of two animals fighting, vivisectors
performed acts of abject cruelty in a cold deliberate fashion.
In addition to vivisectors
such as Bernard, Victorian society also gave birth to legislation against animal cruelty, with the SPCA founded in 1824, the Vegetarian Society in 1847, and the antivivisectionist movement during the 1870s.
The Roslin Institute's latest "breakthrough" with chicken eggs that fight disease looks like another load of hogwash presented to the public by vivisectors
trying to defend their indefensible torture of animals without human benefit.
This system allows vivisectors
to locate supposedly unique chimpanzees whose use in experiments will arguably satisfy the "public health need" requirement.
Are novelists, for you, vivisectors
(Patrick White, Flaubert), secular instructors (Eliot), or something else?