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KIRKUS REVIEW

These talks to groups of medical students, at Commencement exercises and on other occasions, have been brought together and arranged topically and in toto explore the making of the true doctor, his responsibilities and opportunities. Liberally sprinkled with humor and anecdote, the essays stress the importance of developing the whole man and expanding his horizons. Warm and witty, this is really a handbook for everyone seeking a rich and meaningful life. Good addition to the career shelves.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1957
Publisher: Univ. of Chicago Press