lection: book reviews in popular culture
Phineas Gage is one of the most famous patients in medical history, a man who survived the loss of much of his brain. But one of John Fleischman's themes, in his 2002 book about Gage for young readers, is that Phineas' organism survived. What made him Phineas arguably did not. read more. That looked interesting, but I don't remember why. I made a note on my phone: The Dig. Two weeks ago, I ordered a novel called The Dig.
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