Good Condition in Fair jacket. 219 pages. Small stamp inside front cover; light shelf wear; pages yellowing; sound binding. The jacket has some tears and chips; yellowed. "These wonderful and sometimes harrowing essays, on such ubiquitous subjects as the belly, knife, bone and corpse are a rich and stimulating blend of information, reflection, and literary medical allusion." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Medical & Anatomy; Inventory No: 121945.
Very Good + in Very Good + jacket. Book The author, a "remarkable surgeon pauses and brings us into his world, and makes of his fingers, words; of his scalpel, a sentence; of the human body, a story". Illustrated with drawings.
Simon and Schuster, 1976. 219 pages. Hardback. Near Fine in like dustjacket with quite tiny edge tear. Bright, tight and clean. ISBN: B004OZHA2S Essays, a blend of information, reflection and a literary-medical allusion. By the author of 'Confessions of a Knife' and award-winning essayist.
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