The title of Doctor is so common in the House that one may almost say that the deputy who does not bear it is by that reason conspicuous. ... but an earned one ; that in Austria it is very seldom conferred as a mere compliment; that in Austria the degrees of Doctor of Music, Doctor of Philosophy, and so on, ... I will go back to a previous sitting in order to show that the deputies had already had some practice.
|Title||:||The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.]: How to tell a story and other essays|
|Author||:||Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner|