The Child and the Dragon

Several years since, there appeared in an English periodical, a very striking print of a picture then on exhibition in Europe.

It represented a dragon; not the conventional type so well known in schools of art, with the head of a man, but a dragon that was all animal. Its monstrous head with protruding eyes was only excelled in ugliness by the thick body, upon which the skin lay in hide-like rolls.

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