|Author||Brown, Arthur E. (Arthur Edward), 1889-1976.;|
|Call Number||610.92 B877o|
|Pagination||viii,189 p.,  p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.|
|Note||Includes index. Includes photos on end papers. The memoirs in book were written in 1957 and revised in 1963. They were intended principally for his own and his family's amusement. Fifty years later, they are published for the amusement of a wider public. They have "period" interest, as he correctly noted, and give "a view of what life looked like to a very ordinary man living in the years between Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II."|
|Place made||O'Connor, A.C.T. :|
One quiet life : memoir of a country doctor / Arthur E. Brown.
Infancy -- The lake -- School days -- Migration -- English relatives -- Cambridge days -- Holiday interlude -- The hospital years -- The Royal Army Medical Corps -- Via Red Cross to the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) -- War again with the AIF -- Life in Colac - medical -- Life in Colac - hospital administration and medical politics -- Summing up.
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