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Doctor Thorne

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882)

1. 01 - The Greshams of Greshamsbury
2. 02 - Long, Long Ago
3. 03 - Dr. Thorne
4. 04 - Lessons from Courcy Castle
5. 05 - Frank Gresham's First Speech
6. 06 - Frank Gresham's Early Loves
7. 07 - The Doctor's Garden
8. 08 - Matrimonial Prospects
9. 09 - Sir Roger Scatcherd
10. 10 - Sir Roger's Will
11. 11 - The Doctor Drinks His Tea
12. 12 - When Greek Meets Greek, Then Comes the Tug of War
13. 13 - The Two Uncles
14. 14 - Sentence of Exile
15. 15 - Courcy
16. 16 - Miss Dunstable
17. 17 - The Election
18. 18 - The Rivals
19. 19 - The Duke of Omnium
20. 20 - The Proposal
21. 21 - Mr. Moffat Falls Into Trouble
22. 22 - Sir Roger is Unseated
23. 23 - Retrospective
24. 24 - Louis Scatcherd
25. 25 - Sir Roger Dies
26. 26 - War
27. 27 - Miss Thorne Goes on a Visit
28. 28 - The Doctor Hears Something to His Advantage
29. 29 - The Donkey Rid
30. 30 - Post Prandial
31. 31 - The Small End of the Wedge
32. 32 - Mr. Oriel
33. 33 - A Morning Visit
34. 34 - A Barouche and Four Arrives at Greshamsbury
35. 35 - Sir Louis Goes Out to Dinner
36. 36 - Will He Come Again?
37. 37 - Sir Louis Leaves Greshamsbury
38. 38 - De Courcy Precepts and de Courcy Practice
39. 39 - What the World Says About Blood
40. 40 - The Two Doctors Change Patients
41. 41 - Doctor Thorne Won't Intefere
42. 42 - What Can You Give in Return?
43. 43 - The Race of Scatcherd Becomes Extinct
44. 44 - Saturday Evening and Sunday Morning
45. 45 - Law Business in London
46. 46 - Our Pet Fox Finds a Tail
47. 47 - How the Bride Was Received, and Who Were Asked to the Wedding

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MANUAL OF SURGERY, OXFORD MEDICAL PUBLICATIONSBY ALEXIS THOMSON, F.R.C.S.Ed.PREFACE TO SIXTH EDITION Much has happened since this Manual was last revised, and many surgical lessons have been learned in the hard school of war. Some may yet have to be unlearned, and others have but little bearing on the problems presented to the civilian surgeon. Save in its broadest principles, the surgery of warfare is a thing apart from the general surgery of civil life, and the exhaustive literature now available on every aspect of it makes it unnecessary that it should receive detailed consideration in a manual for students. In preparing this new edition, therefore, we have endeavoured to incorporate only such additions to our knowledge and resources as our experience leads us to believe will prove of permanent value in civil practice. For the rest, the text has been revised, condensed, and in places rearranged.

Reviews

Carole

- A very satisfying book

The delight of the book was the greater for the fact of it being read so beautifully by just one reader throughout. The other novels in the series so far have been spoilt for me by the mix of readers - some very good but others lacking in feeling. I appreciate that the readers are voluntary but some are rather unsuitable for Trollope.