Doctoring the novel medicine and quackery from Shelley to Doyle /
If nineteenth-century Britain witnessed the rise of medical professionalism, it also witnessed rampant quackery. It is tempting to categorize historical practices as either orthodox or quack, but what did these terms really signify in medical and public circles at the time? How did they develop and...
|Published:||Athens : Ohio University Press, c2012.|
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost Available to NLU students, faculty, and staff.|
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