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The smell of the womb

Kan̲imol̲i Karuṇāniti.

The smell of the womb

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Published by Dravidian University in Kuppam .
Written in English


About the Edition

Translations of Karuvar̲ai vācan̲ai, poetry collection by Kan̲imol̲i Karuṇāniti, Tamil woman poet.

Edition Notes

Statementpoems by Kanimozhi ; translated by Pattu M. Bhoopathi.
ContributionsBhoopathi, M., Dravidian University.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2008/00089 (P), PL4758.9.K3244
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 181 p. ;
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23176100M
LC Control Number2009341082

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We know now that babies can hear, taste, smell, and feel from inside the womb, and scientists also find that they’re sensitive to light as early as the fourth month. But you also create a “nurturing environment” for yourself and your baby in utero simply by connecting to your own five senses.

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Like Prechtel’s other books, this astonishing book draws me back to reexamine the beauty of a life lived well.”. Smells – Your newborn’s sense of smell is finely tuned at birth. The smells he loves best are the familiar smell of the womb and the sweet smell of breast milk. Do not to wash your baby immediately after birth.

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A medieval medicinal book – The Trotula – recommended women to smell heavy or repellent odours such as burning wool to drive the uterus from the upper body (2).

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Due to the risk of COVID, we encourage all clients to review the screening questions below prior to booking an appointment at The you answer YES to any of the questions, please consult your Primary Health Care Provider and call The WOMB to reschedule your appointment. Besides books, the library catalogued old periodicals, which smelled even better than the books.

Now my alma mater has banned students from the stacks, and public libraries seem far more digital and busy than the ones in my childhood memory. Fortunately there’s still a place to get my old-book smell fix, and that’s in a used bookstore.The womb, early modern medicine tells us, “will in a manner descend or arise unto any sweet smell and from any thing that is noisome.” [7] Able to detect smells and determine their quality, the womb garnered a sympathy with the nose unlike that of other organs.Mark Behr.

Mark Behr was born in Tanzania inand moved as a child to South was educated in South Africa, Norway, and the United States. The Smell of Apples won South Africa's biggest literary prize, the M-Net Award, The Eugene Marais Award, and the CNA Debut Literary Award.

It also received the Betty Trask Award for the best first novel published in the United Kingdom, and was.