Three Blind Mice

Three Blind MiceImage is of a dark haired woman chasing three mice She is in the middle                        ground hunched over and looking downward at the mice Her right hand is                        raised she is holding a carving knife over her head Her left hand is                        grasping her apron and dress lifting them slightly off the ground She is                        wearing dark clothing with a white apron To the left of the women are two                        children with light coloured hair sitting on a bench The child on the left                        is wearing dark attire with a light coloured shirt underneath while the                        child on the right is wearing primarily light coloured clothing with a black                        chest and cuffs In the foregound are the three mice One has its tail chopped                        off it is sitting on the floor in front of him The tailless mouse is lying                        on all four feet with its nose raised toward the ceiling The mouse on the                        right of the image is standing on its hind legs the left mouse is running                        Both these mice have their eyes closed The inscription at the bottom of the                        image reads THREE BLIND MICE SEE HOW THEY RUN &c The author’s initials E                        G T are at the lower right corner along with the year of production 1893 The                        image is vertically displayed The image is double ruled with black                        lines

MLA citation: Treglown, E. G. "Three Blind Mice." The Yellow Book 9 (April 1896): 153. The Yellow Nineties Online. Ed. Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra. Ryerson University, 2013. Web. [Date of access].