INSIDES OUT by John Mason Brown

INSIDES OUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A drier, present day companion to the classic Speaking of Operations, as a famous theatre critic attends his own opening, in a brief record of his first experience with hospitals and an operation. Total recall of the prelude, the ""life horizontal"", convalescence, the ""dangling"", the return home. He omits no angle of hospital life, but it is strictly personal, with moments of high humor, clinical comedy, and polished writing. You know your own market for this.

Pub Date: Oct. 27th, 1942
Publisher: Dodd, Mead