The Anatomist: A True Story of Grays Anatomy
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The Anatomist: A True Story of Gray's Anatomy
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His research led him into the classroom as he began a personal study of the human body in an effort to learn as Gray and Carter did. One problem he encounters early on is the dearth of information about Gray, and because of that, the sections of the book focused on his own experiences in anatomy classes at UCSF are perhaps longer and more detailed than readers might expect. Hayes's experiences make for very interesting reading, however, both in what they reveal about the human body and in how those in the medical and pharmacology fields learn how to take care of the human body.
The author is endlessly curious about the classes he audits. It's all literally very hands on, but Hayes doesn't shy away from the grotesque and he does an excellent job bringing readers along for the ride.
The heart of the story remains how Gray and Carter came together to create their landmark book. Unlike Gray, Carter kept a detailed diary, which is available, along with many of his letters to his family, for scholarly study.
Because of this, Carter's story moves to the forefront in the narrative, along with his search for ways to ease his mother's pain as she battled breast cancer, his own struggles with personal religious beliefs and depression, and the bone-crushing pressure he felt to achieve professional success, without starving to death first.
But in the middle of the higher purpose there are also sibling illnesses, the minutiae of trying to find positions and the question of just what a twenty-something physician wants to do with his life: become a country doctor? Carter wrestles with these questions in his diary entries and letters and then, improbably, becomes involved in a situation that Hayes rightfully considers a Victorian melodrama that seems more appropriate for a work of fiction but was most certainly a key point in Carter's life.