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SCIENCE AND HEALTH

GLOVER, Mary Baker

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New York: Rare Book Company, [ca. 1930s]. Reprint. Small 8vo. Green cloth. Spine faded. A bit shaken. Contemporary owner's signature to front endpaper. Very good overall. (Item ID: 15252)

1930s facsimile of the original 1875 edition of this founding book of Christian Science. "A disenchantment with orthodox medicine during years of invalidism, together with an intensive study of scripture, led Mary Morse Baker, the daughter of a New England farmer, to the conclusion that disease is mental rather than physical" (Heirs of Hippocrates 1015).


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