Relationships of Sciences
Selzer uses a style that is void of scientific references. He simplytells a story about a sick old man whose only enjoyment in life is an every day ritual ofthrowing his plate of eggs at a wall. Everything is clear as it is easy to
see therespect and sympathy the doctor has for the man. Selby's piece possesses the mostscientific language. The description of the operation provides for some gruesome detail. "The incised piece of skull was pried
loose and held out of the way by a largesponge" (Selby 296). Still, even with the use of such scientific terms as ahypothalamus or a dura, the story remains quite interesting due to the detail involved. Brown provides for some scientific talk. He goes into detail about the specific names ofthe chemicals found in the city.
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