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Medicine
  • Author:
    Peter Nathan
  • ISBN:
    0192821520
  • ISBN13:
    978-0192821522
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press; 3 edition (October 20, 1988)
  • Pages:
    400 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine
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    1998 kb
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    1308 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
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Nathan Larson’s Dewey Decimal is a combination like no other-in a dystopian landscape, he’s discursive, loves dissing fools, dissecting . Critical Praise for The Dewey Decimal System. Begin Reading The Nervous Sytem.

He’s like Walter Mosley’s sometime . hit man Mouse, but with Chester Himes and Jerome Charyn threaded in. This novel is a love song to New York’s streets and boroughs and people, even when they’re decimated, and Larson’s ‘postracial’ character, a mutt for all times, is someone I’d follow over and over again through whatever secret paths he finds in this world.

Officer Fucking Friendly is on me, grabs my arm and steers me to the stairs. I fumble the cat-in-the-box, holding it as I am with one hand and a wrist. and the fat Clarence Howard file I grabbed downstairs giving me mad grief, jammed under my shirt. I’m hog sweaty and the manila is sticking to my flesh. Hose me down with PurellTM. The very smell of my upper lip makes me want to puke, which would truly suck balls in this here spacesuit. The cameras are live again, okay? she says between her teeth

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The Nervous System book. This work on the nervous system includes such areas as the five senses, and the senses unnoticed by the Greeks; the physics of the nerve impulse; and the anatomical bases of motivation, pain, the endocrine glands and hormones, sensation and perception, and the higher nervous activities.

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Written for general readers, this fascinating volume examines the way the nervous system governs our daily activity. Written for general readers, this fascinating volume examines the way the nervous system governs our daily activity

Publishers Weekly This intellectual giddy riot is the book of the year. -Ken Bruen, author of Headstone I’m a sucker for a postapocalyptic setting, and Nathan Larson’s is a doozy; but the real gold here is the voice.

Publishers Weekly This intellectual giddy riot is the book of the year. The mystery is taken to a whole new level of technospeak artistry, and wonderfully witty, like John Kennedy Toole if he’d written a mystery novel and did meth-a lot of it. The warmth of the character seeps through in Dewey Decimal’s love for a devastated New York. I could listen to this guy all day. -S. J. Rozan, Edgar Award–winning author of the Bill Smith/Lydia Chin series. Dystopian Sci-fi & Fantasy Fiction. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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includes such areas as the five senses, and the senses unnoticed by the Greeks; the physics of the nerve impulse; and the anatomical bases of motivation, pain, the endocrine glands and hormones, sensation and perception, and the higher nervous activities. Похожие книги: Why Does Schizophrenia Develop at Late Adolescence? Chris Harrop. What is schizophrenia? Is it a nervous breakdown or a . т 4886. Why Does Schizophrenia Develop at Late Adolescence? Chris Harrop. т 6159. Cancer of the Nervous System. Peter M. C. L. Black.

Written for general readers, this fascinating volume examines the way the nervous system governs our daily activity. What is memory, and how is it possible to lose it? How do we see? When we smell, what is happening in our nose? From a description of the physiological processes involved in these everyday phenomena, the author goes on to consider how sensation acquires meaning--as in the occurrence of pain for example--and how the nervous system is affected by external influences. Thoroughly revised, this edition surveys recent work in neurobiology and includes many new illustrations.