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By Arthur Bethune,David Bethune

Dr Arthur Bethune describes his profession as a rural GP, from his pupil days in Edinburgh through the conflict, via brief spells in SW Scotland, the Outer Hebrides and Leicestershire, to his lifetime paintings in "Copshawholm" (Newcastleton) in a tradition straddling the Scotland - England border. fun incidents from the ups and downs of being a rustic health professional are interwoven with reflections at the religion which stimulated him all through his existence, during this attention-grabbing illustrated autobiography.

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