A man stitched tight
| in an ass's hide - no break in the skin - even a needle's
jab - cuts strips out of a book
In man the more it is
rubbed away [the more it grows]. The contrary in dogs and apes,
but I believe in those [it will also grow]. spurrd Hachneys,
saynts on the knees; Plautus: brawn of a boar; when the
skin has been lost thick cicatrix [results]; wherefore to cauterize
with needle to produce cicatrix; useful for luxations, ruptures,
Harvey, Lectures on the Whole of Anatomy
(there was no break in the skin) the section .ii) of
Pattie McCarthy's book-length bk of (h)rs, "(h)rs for
Paris use" is featured in this second installment of Physiology.
A man stitched tight | in an ass's hide Dale Smith's
"Familiar Proverbs and Portraits" is featured as the 13th Chapter
of Laird Hunt's Bestiary. (Note:
the next issue of the Friend will be an all Bestiary issue.)
[S]he cuts strips out of a book Kristen Prevallet discusses
Times Square and the cut and paste work of artist Holli Schorno
for Dan Machlin's Review.
Having dragged on so, even a needle's jab Forrest Gander
& Kent Johnson translate Jaime Saenz's "To Cross This
Distance", and Denis Mair translates Xin Hong's "Dark Shadows
of Things", for Leonard Schwartz's Report
from the Field.
[The William Harvey text is from C. D. O'Malley, F. N. L. Poynter
& K. F. Russell, Lectures on the Whole of Anatomy, An
Annotated Translation of Prelectiones Anatomiae Universalis,
Berkely and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1961.]
Issue No. 14 Copyright © 2001 The Transcendental Friend. All
rights revert to the authors upon publication.