Anatomical and physiological note book : holograph, [1815-1816?].


Anatomical and physiological note book : holograph, [1815-1816?].

Notebook contains holograph notes made by John Keats while a pupil and dresser at Guy's Hospital, London, probably during the winter of 1815-1816. The notes, on human anatomy and physiology, are taken from the lectures of Sir Astley Cooper.

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