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Raw Material; Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture.

Raw Material; Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture.

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Raw Material; Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture.

by O'CONNOR, Erin

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Durham:: Duke University, 2000., 2000. 8vo. xiii, [1], 272, [2] pp. 50 figures, index. Original wrappers; extensive marginalia and underlining as befits a review copy. Good. ISBN: 0822326167 Letter laid in from Bulletin of the History of Medicine, requesting that the recipient complete a review of the book.

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Title
Raw Material; Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture.
Author
O'CONNOR, Erin
Book Condition
Used
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ISBN 10
0822326167
ISBN 13
9780822326168
Publisher
Duke University, 2000.
Place of Publication
Durham:
Date Published
2000
Keywords
Medical History

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