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This is a pleasant, well bound book inescapably reminiscent of Zinsser. Used as a textbook by the author, it combines points of view and is written in a style more literary than that of the usual textbook. The clinical implications are succinctly indicated, and logical therapies are mentioned briefly. Quotations of sources are used, and each seems chosen for its literary style, as well as for medical priority. The Bible and the ancient Greeks are heavily leaned upon, and historical background is journalistically stressed. Except for having specific and accurate data instead of generalities, it might well be a popular
Bacillary and Rickettsial Infections.. Ann Intern Med. 1941;15:769. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-15-4-769_2
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