?The giantas body has been ravaged not only by the treatment it received immediately after Edouardas death -- being paraded in shop windows and in freak shows -- but also by the attentions of a professor who in 1907 bought the body for his experiments and classes. But the strictly clinical and physical isnat enough, and the anatomist begins to reveal the story of the man through a series of events selected from his short life. Beginning with a sixteen-year-oldas dreams of being a cowboy, it follows Edouardas seemingly inevitable move into strongman displays and freak sideshows, showing the uneasy mix of his need and desire for money with his self-dislike and weariness of being unable to escape his stature. The spectre of his physical weakness a caused, conversely, by his size and superhuman strength a is ever-present, as first his muscles and later, his lungs, begin to fail. By the bookas close, the physical mystery is solved, a paper published, acclaim afforded, but the narrator understands he is perhaps farther than ever from understanding Edouard BeauprAcas true anatomy.... lilac species and varieties such as Japanese tree lilac, a#39;Miss Kima#39; Manchurian lilac, dwarf Korean lilac, Preston hybrid ... SOLUTIONS: Cultural methods: ~ Prune to promote good air circulation and to open canopies of trees and shrubs toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Anatomy of Edouard Beaupré|
|Author||:||Sarah Kathryn York|
|Publisher||:||Coteau Books - 2012-04-01|