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e-Book John Hall His Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare's Son-In-Law (History) download

by Joan Lane

ISBN: 0750910941
ISBN13: 978-0750910941
Language: English
Publisher: Sutton Pub Ltd (February 1, 1996)
Pages: 416
Category: History
Subategory: Medical

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John Hall, William Shakespeare's son-in-law, was an eminently successful Stratford .

John Hall, William Shakespeare's son-in-law, was an eminently successful Stratford physician of the first third of the 17th century. His surviving medical case notes for the years 1611-35 provide a rare picture of provincial medical practice in Stuart England as well as interesting details on persons close to Shakespeare.

The Medical practice of Shakespeare's Son in Law is worth a look. While John Hal's methods may seem primitive there is evidence of a care for his patients and a genuine attempt on his part to find the cause for their aliments.

This book is not it. Professor Sloan is a retired physiologist with an interest in history, but he appears to have read nothing published in the 1990s

This book is not it. Professor Sloan is a retired physiologist with an interest in history, but he appears to have read nothing published in the 1990s. He cites works from the previous two decades, by Lucinda Beier, Harold Cook and Michael MacDonald, for example, only to confirm opinions drawn from a much older tradition in medical history. John Hall and his patients: the medical practice of Shakespeare's son-in-law. cle{Solomon1997JohnHA, title {John Hall and his patients: the medical practice of Shakespeare's son-in-law}, author {Julie Robin Solomon}, journal {Medical History}, year {1997}, volume {41}, pages {518 - 519} }. Julie Robin Solomon.

John Hall (1575 – 25 November 1635) was a physician and son-in-law of William Shakespeare. He was born at Carlton, Bedfordshire and studied at Queens' College, Cambridge from 1589, receiving a . He became a physician, although he did not hold an English medical degree; it has been speculated that he studied medicine in France.

Lane, Joan, John Hall and his Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare’s Son-in-Law (Stratford-upon-Avon, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, 1996). Laslett, Peter, The World We Have Lost (London, Methuen, 1965)

Lane, Joan, John Hall and his Patients: The Medical Practice of Shakespeare’s Son-in-Law (Stratford-upon-Avon, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, 1996). Laslett, Peter, The World We Have Lost (London, Methuen, 1965). Lasocki, David, with Roger Prior, The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument Makers in England, 1531–1655 (Aldershot, Scolar Press, . 995).

For many of us, Joan's special talent lay in capturing the day-to-day work and lives of the eighteenth-century .

For many of us, Joan's special talent lay in capturing the day-to-day work and lives of the eighteenth-century medical practitioners and patients whom she came to know so intimately. In five years she had published four major studies, John Hall and his patients: the medicalpractice ofShakespeare's son-in-law (Sutton, 1996), Apprenticeship in England, 1600-1914 (UCL Press, 1996), The making of the English patient: a guide to sources for the social history of medicine (Sutton, 2000) and A social history of medicine: health, healing and disease. in England, 1750-1950 (Routledge, 2001).

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John Hall, William Shakespeare's son-in-law, was an eminently successful Stratford physician of the early seventeenth century. His surviving medical case notes for the years 1611-35 describe how he treated 155 patients of all classes, from aristocrat to pauper, the majority within a 15-mile radius of Stratford. He recorded symptoms, medications and the outcome of his attentions, providing a rare picture of provincial medical practice in Stuart England as well as interesting details on persons close to Shakespeare (his daughter, Susanna, who was Hall's wife; his granddaughter, Elizabeth; the poet Michael Drayton; and members of the Greene, Combe, Sturley and Quiney families, all friends of Shakespeare).This new edition comprises a facsimile of an early printed version of Hall's Select Observations with facing commentary on patients and their treatments; there is also an extended introduction to Hall and his work, and an index of medicines. The commentary concentrates on identifying the patients Hall attended (two-thirds are given detailed profiles for the first time) and interpreting and explaining Hall's treatment in the context of medical practice in his time.
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