By: Philip Ball
436 pages, b&w illus
Called an enemy of the 16th century's medical establishment, Paracelsus attracted myths even before he died. Who was the man behind these stories? Ball exposes a more complex truth - one that emerges only by entering into Paracelsus's time.
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