John Hall and His Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare's Son-In-Law

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John Hall, William Shakespeare's son-in-law, was an eminently successful Stratford physician of the first third of the 17th century. His surviving medical case notes for the years 1611-35 provide a rare picture of provincial medical practice in Stuart England as well as interesting details on persons close to Shakespeare. This new edition comprises a facsimile edition of an early printed version of Hall's Select Observations with facing commentary on patients and their treatments.

John Hall and His Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare's Son-in-law 2008, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon-Avon

ISBN-13: 9780904201048

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John Hall and His Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare's Son-In-Law 1996, Shakespeare Birthday Trust

ISBN-13: 9780750910958

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