Art & About: a Pocket Guide To Wellington's Public Art - Second Edition by Frances Sutton

Memory's Ghost: the Nature of Memory And the Strange Tale of Mr. m by Philip J. Hilts

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In 1953, experimental brain surgery was performed on a young man named Henry M. It was a time when lobotomies were in fashion, and Henry's doctors believed that his epilepsy could be cured by a radical operation. Two holes were drilled into Henry's skull above his eyes and through a silver straw the hippocampus - a grayish-pink organ the size and shape of a fist - was sucked out from deep within Henry's brain. This 1995 Simon & Schuster Hardback is in Very Good condition.

ISBN: 9780684803562 SKU: 1244044 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.