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Subject: SV: Voltaire
From: Johnny Carlsson <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 27 Mar 2002 18:46:22 +0100

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Kollade som hastigast:

Medicine in quotations
"Containing over 3000 entries, Medicine in Quotations is the most
comprehensive collection of its type published in over 30 years" brukar vara

men där fanns av Voltaire bara:
"Voltaire, 1747
The great doctor Hermes…visited the invalid and declared he would lose his
eye. He even predicted the day and hour…. "Had it been the right eye," he
said, "I could have cured it, but wounds on the left eye are incurable"….
Two days later the abscess burst of its own accord and Zadig made a complete
recovery. Hermes wrote a book in which he proved that he ought not to have
recovered. Zadig did not read it.

Subject: Quackery

Contributor: Roland, Charles G.

Source: Voltaire. Zadig, or Destiny: An Oriental Tale. 1747 [Reprinted in
Candide and Other Stories. Translated by Spencer J. London: Oxford
University Press; 1966, pp. 4-5]."

Glad påsk!  Hoppas svaret kommer fram så småningom ...

Johnny Carlsson, bibliotekarie
Teamledare, Kundtjänst stödgrupp
Karolinska Institutets bibliotek
Box 200, 171 77 STOCKHOLM
Tel 08-7286895, fax 08-348793

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[mailto:[log in to unmask]]För erik norinder
Skickat: den 27 mars 2002 14:21
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Ämne: Voltaire

Från vilket verk av Voltaire kommer citatet "Läkekonsten består i att
underhålla patienten, medan naturen botar sjukdomen"?

Erik Norinder

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