The knifeman The last journal of Judas Iscariot by Rayner, William.

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Number of Pages200
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Open LibraryOL7837838M
ISBN 100718105559
ISBN 109780718105556
OCLC/WorldCa55811

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His philosophy of surgery and his teachings were based on his close observation of his patients, both in life and after death, and on a truly amazing study of the whole field of biology, from the artificial fertilisation of moths' eggs to dissection.This month we will be talking to Wendy Moore about her first book ‘The Knife Man’, a fascinating biography of the 18th century surgeon John Hunter.

This celebrated anatomist was a contemporary of Dr William Hewson, a fellow resident of 36 Craven Street during Benjamin Franklin’s stay, who ran a private anatomy school from the garden.

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