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Norman Haire and the Study of Sex

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Norman Haire had always wanted to be an actor. Forced to study medicine, he followed his other passion: saving the world from sexual misery. When he arrived in London in 1919 he was a poor Jewish outsider from Australia. By 1930 he had a flourishing gynaecology practice in Harley Street, a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce and a country house. His parties were attended by the medical, intellectual and cultural elite. This biography pays tribute to this tenacious, humane, witty, and innovative man's contribution to birth control, sexology and human rights.

Paperback, 485 Pages, Published 2012

Author: Diana Wyndham

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