On the Nature of Things Erotic

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988 - Amour - 197 pages
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Hailed with an excerpt in the New York Times Book Review, here are eight elegant essays which have been likened to the writings of Montaigne and Lamb. "Excites the mind and refreshes the spirit".--Chicago Sun-Times.

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Gonzalez-Crussi writes elegant, ruminative essays grounded in both medicine and the humanities. In Notes of an Anatomist (HBJ, 1985) he dissected the human body; here he examines the heart with ... Read full review

Contents

Eros Ambiguous
1
On Male Jealousy
25
The Remedies of Love
47
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Gonz?lez-Crussi is Professor emeritus of pathology at NorthwGonz?lez-Crussi is Professor emeritus of pathology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He is the autestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He is the author of "The Five Senses, "a "Los Angeles Times "Book Prize fhor of "The Five Senses, "a "Los Angeles Times "Book Prize finalist and "Notes of an Anatomist, "winner of the nonfictioinalist and "Notes of an Anatomist, "winner of the nonfiction first prize of the Society for Midland Authors. He lives in first prize of the Society for Midland Authors. He lives in Chicago. n Chicago.

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