Books to excite:

Peter W Pappas ppappas at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
Fri Jan 6 09:18:22 EST 1995


In article <Pine.3.88.9501052243.A21755-0100000 at sungcg.usouthal.edu>,
Steve G. Kayes <kayes at SUNGCG.USOUTHAL.EDU> wrote:
>
>Mlankest writes:   can anyone add to a list of books that gets students
>interested in science in general and parasitology in particular.
>
>    I seem to remember one that I encountered in the library at
>Tulane but I do not remember the author. The title was something like
>
>    Victims and Vectors: Being a tale about flies without zippers <or
>maybe it was Vectors and Victims>.  I seem to remember that it was
>published by Charles C. Thomas of Springfield Illinois.  This book had
>some of the funiest chapters I have ever read with titles like " Oysters
>and others of their Ilk", "To kiss a puppy on the lips when you know what
>a puppy just  kissed".   Anyway, good luck with your endeavor.
>
>Steve
>
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Hirsh, Joseph (and Zaiman, Herman ???)   (1965)  Vectors and Victims, 70 pp.  
C.C. Thomas Publishers.
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