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by Jean; Hunt Hugh Ware
Author: Jean; Hunt Hugh Ware
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1St Edition edition (1979)
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Start by marking The Several Lives of a Victorian Vet as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Red Hardback with gilt titles + clipped very torn dust jacket by Jean Ware & Hugh Hunt-Pub:- Bachman & Turner-1st Ed 1979-presents 213 pages some b/w illustrations Victorian London as a veterinary student & where it took him-book condition:- good tight copy.
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Ware, Jean and Hunt, Hugh, 'The several lives of a Victorian vet' (London: Bachman and Turner, 1980). Woods, Abigail, 'The construction of an animal plague: Foot and mouth disease in 19th century Britain', 'Social history of medicine', vo. 7, n., April 2004. Worboys, Michael, 'Germ theories of disease and British veterinary medicine, 1860-1890', 'Medical history', vo. 5, n., (July 1995). Veterinary medicine in colonial, global contexts.
An important book for anyone with an interest in the sociology of animals, and in. .As a collector of Victorian hunting books I appreciated this work. One person found this helpful.
An important book for anyone with an interest in the sociology of animals, and in the more general social history that emerges from its beautifully presented wealth of detail. Victorians might not have cared a whit for their neighbor, but the sight of a horse being beaten on the thoroughfare plagued their sensitive nerves. The progress of the stigma against the abuse of animals is chronicled alongside the necessary beginnings of enforcement.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780312713324. Release Date:October 1980.