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To Helen King

Thank you for the notice about your book.  It sounds both interesting and
important.

Angeleen Campra

Helen King wrote:

> Well, so far everyone has said yes! I have certainly found book postings
> on other lists very useful for finding out what is going on, sometimes
> before I have heard from other channels.
>
> My book is: HIPPOCRATES' WOMAN: READING THE FEMALE BODY IN ANCIENT GREECE
> published by Routledge, 29 October (UK) and end of November (US). It looks
> at ancient Greek gynaecology in terms of the culture that created it, but
> also examines how subsequent medical debates on hysteria,
> green-sickness/chlorosis, and clitoridectomy made use of alleged
> Hippocratic precedents.
> Simultaneous hardback and paperback publication ($27.99 for the paperback,
> ISBN 0415138957!).
> More information on Routledge website: www.routledge.com in the UK, or
> www.routledge-ny.com in the USA.
>
> Thank you!
>
> Helen King
>
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