FROM A SURGEON'S JOURNAL by Harvey Cushing

FROM A SURGEON'S JOURNAL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A journal that will be of great interest to medical men and surgeons, whether or not they served in the World War, but that will lose a wide general sale because of the technical terminology, and detailed descriptions of horrors. It is not so much a personal narrative, as it is a professional one, with the period of his war activities as the focus. Those who shared his experiences -- or similar ones -- will find it brings back memories vividly. Dr. Cushing's reputation is far-reaching, his friends and acquaintances and associates scattered everywhere -- so this book is sure of a good start in medical fields.

Pub Date: May 4th, 1936
Publisher: Little, Brown