1 edition of Mr. Warrenne, the medical practitioner. A novel found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the author of "Constance D"Oyley" ... [E. Wallace]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 volumes ;|
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Excerpt from Mr. Warrenne, the Medical Practitioner, Vol. 2 of 3: A Novel But with what altered feelings did he pursue his monotonous labours, and how patiently did he encounter the unnumbered vulgarities of his companions, while his mind reverted to the stately ruins of Author: Ellen Wallace.
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The Physician is the first book of the excellent trilogy (Cole Family) of Noah Gordon I read. A book that I highly recommended if you like such novels "The Pillars of the Earth" in which generations of different eras are mixed, the history of medicine and exciting travel through exotic places/5.
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Here, Gordon (The Rabbi, The Death Committee, The Jerusalem Diamond) spins a colorful if not especially compelling tale set in 11th-century England and Persia. Rob Cote is orphaned in the London of King Canute's time; he sees his mother die while she gives birth in a stable, and his impotent rage at this loss is the first spur to his passionate desire to become a healer.
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