Brother Surgeons

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ISBN:
0001000030257
Author: Garet Rogers
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Year
Price
Good
Hard Cover
1957
$180.00
1957 First Edition
Publisher - Putnam, London.
Cover is hard bound in blue cloth. Spine ends bumped, otherwise good condition.
Dust Jacket is present. Price clipped. Shelf wear on edges.
End Papers are intact, white. Bookseller's sticker on front endpaper. Previous owner's dedication on front flypaper.
Preliminaries – Table of Contents. 
Main Text Body - 479 Pages. Fine and clean.   
End Matters – Egloga: John Hunter, 1728-1793.
Edges are even and unworn. Foxing and staining on top and front edges.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.

Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

When the Hunter brothers came to eighteenth century London, surgery was scorned by physicians. Flesh was butchered by ignorant hacks and bleeding was the cure for all ills.

Cleanliness was almost unknown, and in that whore-infested city venereal disease was rife. In this great novel, Garet Rogers tells of William and John Hunter, who revolutionised the science of healing, battling dirt, ignorance and disease with the cold steel of surgery.

 

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1957 First Edition
Publisher - Putnam, London.
Cover is hard bound in blue cloth. Spine ends bumped, otherwise good condition.
Dust Jacket is present. Price clipped. Shelf wear on edges.
End Papers are intact, white. Bookseller's sticker on front endpaper. Previous owner's dedication on front flypaper.
Preliminaries – Table of Contents. 
Main Text Body - 479 Pages. Fine and clean.   
End Matters – Egloga: John Hunter, 1728-1793.
Edges are even and unworn. Foxing and staining on top and front edges.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.

Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

When the Hunter brothers came to eighteenth century London, surgery was scorned by physicians. Flesh was butchered by ignorant hacks and bleeding was the cure for all ills.

Cleanliness was almost unknown, and in that whore-infested city venereal disease was rife. In this great novel, Garet Rogers tells of William and John Hunter, who revolutionised the science of healing, battling dirt, ignorance and disease with the cold steel of surgery.

 

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Author Garet Rogers
Condition Good
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Publication Year 1957
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