The History of Medicine Medicine has undergone tremendous changes since it’s inception. It’s past is steeped in superstition and emerged from the murky depths.Medicine was a limb of philosophy. Before the advent of scientific thinking and the renaissance, diseases were considered a result of sin. Some men with a scientific temper in its rudimentary form… Continue reading A Brief History of Medicine by Paul Strathern
QOTD: Do you separate the art from the artist? Just like the several 90’s kids, I was hooked to reading with Harry Potter. In the past years, we witnessed the person behind the pen, J.K.Rowling. I was taken aback like all her fans. Never expected her to spread hatred like she did. I wanted to… Continue reading Harry Potter
I love the book for the message it gives. Poppy and Annalise are best friends and colleagues. They bond because they don’t want to have kids. Their life, like that of so many other women, is very difficult because of the constant judgements. They create a Facebook page called NOP for non-mothers. They vent out… Continue reading Those Other Women by Nicola Moriarty
During my Undergraduate years, I stumbled upon this essay by Virginia Woolf. She states that if a woman is to write , she needs a room and money. This book contains the lectures delivered by her at two Womens’ Colleges. Woolf was to deliver a lecture on the topic ‘ Women in Fiction’ . She… Continue reading A Room Of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf
Hey! The Readotomy Of A Bookworm presents to you spoiler-free book reviews. I am Sanjana Varma, a paperback girl who sometimes flirts with Kindle. You will often find me lost in the world of words. I love writing as much as I love reading. I hope to introduce you to good books one post at… Continue reading The Bookworm
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