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This extensively illustrated and definitive bibliography of Osler's prolific writings represents the first new work on the subject in 50 years. To make the book appeal to the widest range of readers, including those previously unfamiliar with Osler's writings, this edition is published in display format, with 105 illustrations fully captioned and integrated with the text. The illustrations have been selected to emphasize how Osler worked as a clinician, teacher, writer and book collector; many of them are reproduced here for the first time.
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...makes an auspicious debut for its publisher and is unlikely to be superseded. -- Medical History January 1990
As a repository of information, this distinguished book contains much else. The authors are masters of their subject, and they seem to have spared no effort in presenting an annotated bibliography that informs, enlightens, and entertains. -- Mayo Clinic Proceedings November 1988
Golden and Roland's new bibliography gives very detailed entries for 1493 items by Osler, more copiously annotated and illustrated than any previous bibliography...Whereas previous bibliographies gave us an occasional portrait and a few title-pages, the 105 illustrations in this large-format book reproduce many photographs of Osler at home and at work (including scenes in the "dead house" where the lumps of meat he is handling bring home just what these precious volumes we collect or deal in are actually about). In addition to facsimiles of title-pages there are reproductions of rare and annotated items, as also of manuscript material. -- Antiquarian Book Monthly Review March 1989
This elegantly produced book . . . will be a delight to Oslerians, a collector's piece for medical bibliophiles, and a welcome addition to the literature on the history of medicine. -- Health Libraries Review December 1988
This volume belongs in all medical libraries and is an indispensable guide to Osler's massive literary output. William Bean says it very well in his foreword: "This book will please old friends and make new ones." -- Bulletin of the History of Medicine 1989
an enjoyable read and a welcome book of reference. Osler might well have approved of it -- Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 1988
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