rounded arms. The dimples over the digital joints are very beautifully marked on her left hand; and the attachment of the arms to the shoulder, particularly 011 the riglit side, must be admitted to be a model of beauty.
Fig. 92. Strong, femininely-formed arms and hands of a Viennese girl.
Various savants have debated as to whether and how often the index-finger of human beings is longer than the ring-finger. As, in the case of the monkey, the second finger is always shorter than the fourth, the greater length of the second finger may be held to be a token of higher development.