The best-laid plans of genetically-modified mice
February 13, 2017 6:25 PM   Subscribe

A few years ago (or maybe a decade and a few years ago?), there was a poem published in The New Yorker riffing off Robert Burns' "To A Mouse", on the occasion of some particular advance in genetic engineering. Does anyone have the try of this poem? My Google-fu has not been equal to the task.
posted by cnidaria to Writing & Language (3 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
John Updike, To a Well-Connected Mouse (Upon reading of the genetic closeness of mice and men.) MeMail me if you can't get access to the full poem.
posted by spaet at 6:50 PM on February 13, 2017


(That New Yorker link is iffy for me, but it's also available reprinted here in Nature, at the bottom of the page.)
posted by spaet at 6:53 PM on February 13, 2017 [2 favorites]


Yes! Thank you, helpful and expeditious spaet.
posted by cnidaria at 7:15 PM on February 13, 2017


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