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The Autobiography of a Quack, The Case of George Dedlow, S. Weir Mitchell, 1900


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The Autobiography of a Quack
and The Case of George Dedlow
by S. Weir Mitchell


Publisher: The Century Company

Copyright: 1900


This book is in fair condition. Hardcover. First Edition. Green cloth boards with elaborate gilt titles. Covers are worn along edges and corners. Hinges cracked. There is an ink inscription opposite the title page. Top edge gilt. 149 pages. -


The Case of George Dedlow combines the horror of the Civil War with religious and psychic phenomenons. The Autobiography of a Quack details the life of a selfish, greedy, bigoted, and all-around reprehensible doctor as he tries to make the most money possible from the poorest members of society. He's nearly impossible to cheer for, but the writing is good enough that it's easy to read in one sitting. Both tales are disturbing 19th-century character studies with gory details.

Item Dimensions: 7.0 inches x 4.75 inches


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