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Call no. Its more than woodcuts revolutionized how people pictured the human body, flayed and cut to reveal musculature, nerves, organs and bones. More than copies survive from the and editions, which Vesalius supervised. Of these, roughly two-thirds contain comments in the margins, bizarre doodles, and coloured-in and even defaced images, as we reveal in our book The Fabrica of Andreas Vesalius. Looking deeper, the marginalia tell two stories. One is that some found the images baffling, and attempted to clarify them in innovative ways.
This book is a review about how animals beget other animals. It must be quite difficult to write about sex in a way that is neither coy nor coarse and which will keep the attention of the reader with whatever moral and personal baggage they might bring to the subject. There were interesting passages of intercourse of course, but half way through the book, facing chapters on sexually transmitted infections and dirty old men my interest was beginning to fade out rapidly. Inglorious: conflict in the uplands by Mark Avery is published by Bloomsbury — for reviews see here. Updated paperback edition now out.
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