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Breasts (Florence Williams)

Everybody loves them, but few men (or women) take them seriously.  Human breasts are admired and abused, shaped and enhanced, and — in the modern age — often never used for their evolved purpose. The story and science of breasts … Continue reading

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The Anatomist (Bill Hayes)

The Anatomist [LibraryThing / WorldCat] was an interesting plunge into one subject (anatomy) and three lives (the author of Gray’s Anatomy, the illustrator of that same book, and the author of this book). It was not the book I expected … Continue reading

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