Hands by John Napier

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Intended for all readers--including magicians, detectives, musicians, orthopedic surgeons, and anthropologists--this book offers a thorough account of that most intriguing and most human of appendages: the hand. In this illustrated work, John Napier explores a wide range of absorbing subjects such as fingerprints, handedness, gestures, fossil remains, and the making and using of tools.


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Published March 14, 1993 by Princeton University Press. 200 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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What Gray is to anatomy, Napier is to hands.

Oct 31 1980 | Read Full Review of Hands

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