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Reader's Guide to the History of Science

Edited By: Arne Hessenbruch
Publisher: Fitzroy Dearborn
Reader's Guide to the History of Science
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  • Reader's Guide to the History of Science ISBN: 9781884964299 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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200 contributors looks on the literature of the history of science. Broad subject coverage includes the history of medicine and technology and other related disciplines.

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Edited By: Arne Hessenbruch
Publisher: Fitzroy Dearborn
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'This current volume is not only an excellent resource for public and academic libraries but a very good one for the price. Highly recommended.' Library Journal 'This book will be a useful addition to public reference libraries and to organisations teaching undergraduates.' Reference Reviews
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