London:: Longman, 1860., 1860. 8vo. vi, , 292 pp. Original blind- and gilt-stamped cloth; joints neatly mended. Ownership signature on title of Edward T. Wilson. Very good. Between 1859 and 1867 Bucknill wrote three works on Shakespeare and the writer's depiction of psychology, medical disease & knowledge, and madness, each being the focus of one or another text. The present work discusses medical knowledge specific to each play of Shakespeare, dealing with each play separately. PROVENANCE: Edward T. Wilson, M.B. Oxon., M.R.C.P. London, Physician to the Cheltenham General Hospital. He wrote several papers, including: Sanitary Statistics of Cheltenham, , and another "Questions connected with vaccination," – St. George's Hospital Reports, vol. VII, 1872-4. London, 1875. "Disinfectants and antiseptics: how to use them, etc.," London, 1893.
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