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Drug Effects on Laboratory Test Results (Developments in Clinical Biochemistry) by G. Siest
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.48" Width: 6.48" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.47 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 1980
ISBN 9024724198 ISBN13 9789024724192
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A book for all seasons and climes this is not. May 13, 1999
A book for all seasons and climes this is not: it is suited for those who already know what "creativity" is and practice it in their spirits, art, and life. The authors feel they are part of this sublime and visionary company of love, but regrettably, they are not, and this book was a disappointment in its conventional and quite unoriginal terms. Dutton's earlier book on the art of "fraud" promised to expose his deeper talents, but I was sadly disappointed in this wordy effort.
A book in search of a thesis and purpose May 12, 1999
I bought this book with the best of intentions (I am a creative writer myself), but found it to be over-priced, under-theorized, and in search of a clear thesis or contemporary purpose. The bitterness of the authors towards critical theory makes the book a bit too narrow and irrelevant, in these postmodern and postcolonial times.
Creativity mingles into banality in this prosaic book. May 9, 1999
Creativity mingles into banality in this prosaic book. The essays are obvious, the framework of little theory or interest: it could have been written in 1955, when it could have made an intervention into "New Critical" debates on art. As it stands, the book is obsolete on first printing and deserves to be (as it is) ignored by artists, cultural critics, and theorists who care about such matters as "creativity" in art and science. I wasted my money on this book; please turn to more creative and interesting authors than these.