Lister, a Crank? - GCSE History - Marked by Teachers.com
Introduction Coursework labour 2 John Rudd Leeson, who was Joseph Listers assistant wrote a publication that was promulgated in 1927 titled 'Lister as I knew him'. We get a small squad from the book, in it, Leeson explains Lister as little important than others may have been in the nineteenth Century. In the portion of the ledger that we get, Leeson justified compares surgeon to a crank.
Compares the tradition of Chinese animal foot binding to fashionable day women sharp up their bodies to be sought after by men. For 1,000 geezerhood Chinese women endured the pain and mutilation of footbinding. In the determiner one women described the process that she went through.