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HrorH K 36 1892
THIS LITTLE VOLUME IS MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED
MR. PAUL KRATZ, OF LOUISVILLE, KY.,
BETWEEN WHOM AND THE AUTHOR THERE HAS EXISTED THE
WARMEST FRIENDSHIP SINCE THE FIRST MOMENT
OF THEIR ACQUAINTANCE.
The object of this little volume is to give an account of the activity of physicians in the field of general literature. It is impossible in a volume of this size to give more than an outline of the subject, and I have considered only the most prominent authors. Anything like a complete list would require several large volumes. I have frequently used selections which are used in Chambers' and in Cleveland's works on English literature, and here make acknowledgment.
ROBERT C. KENNER.