Garden as phenomenon, method and metaphor in the context of health care
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Garden as phenomenon, method and metaphor in the context of health care an arts informed life history view by Maura McIntyre

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Statementby Maura McIntyre.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 254 leaves :
Number of Pages254
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Open LibraryOL19428146M
ISBN 100612536483

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