The Reluctant Nurse

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Series(Thorndike Large Print Popular Series)
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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11658561M
ISBN 100860099253
ISBN 139780860099253
OCLC/WorldCa14693374

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The Reluctant Midwife is an engaging and utterly fascinating historical fiction novel that takes place in West Virginia, during the Great Depression. Nurse Becky Myers had worked with Dr. Isaac Blum for seven years before she ended up becoming his caregiver/5().

Full of humor and compassion, The Reluctant Midwife is a moving tribute to the power of optimism and love to overcome the most trying circumstances and times, and is sure to please fans of the poignant Call the Midwife series/5(27).

The Reluctant Midwife is a heartwarming and engaging novel by Patricia Harman, set in the same location and era as her fiction debut, The Midwife of Hope River.

Penniless, homeless and the sole carer of her inexplicably catatonic ex-employer, Dr Isaac Blum, nurse Becky Myers is in desperate straits by the time she arrives in Hope River, rural West Virgina/5.

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist, p.9 I was greeted by a nurse in the reception area. “You must be Changez,” she said. like someone who was about to complete the month of fasting and had been too consumed by prayer and reading of the holy book to give sufficient thought to the nightly meal, but I did not say so.

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The District Nurse, Book 1 By: Annie Groves Full of humor and compassion, The Reluctant Midwife is a moving tribute to the power of optimism and love to overcome the most trying circumstances and times, and is sure to please fans of the poignant Call the Midwifeseries.

The Reluctant Midwife is an engaging and utterly fascinating historical fiction novel that takes place in West Virginia, during the Great Depression. Nurse Becky Myers had worked with Dr. Isaac Blum for seven years before she ended up becoming his caregiver/5().

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The Reluctant Donor would be remiss without saluting Nurses Weeks. They are the backbone of our health industry. There is a sentence in my book, The Reluctant Donor. that reads: God bless nurses. After the miserable failure of this post, I think the best way I can make up for it is to upload the content bit-by-bit directly here.

Since Reluctant Press books formed the major part, I will start with them, but with a more complete and ordered collection of their earlier publications.

The original links to the files were posted to 4chan in December They were secondary characters in that book, and not very nice ones at that. Isaac Blum was an arrogant doctor and Becky was a prideful nurse. In this second book of the series, The Reluctant Midwife, Becky shows her courage by putting on a brave /5().

The Reluctant Midwife: A Hope River Novel. When Becky returns to Liberty inshe is broke and finds out that Dr. Blum’s home has been sold for back taxes. Currently, many families have lost their homes to foreclosure. The Reluctant Fundamentalist Symbols and Motifs.

Changez’s Beard. Changez’s facial hair is a symbol that defines him from the very first page of the novel. In fact, he suggests that his beard is the reason that the American stranger is taken aback by his appearance.

When Changez relates the story of his time in America, he notes that he did. The USA Today bestselling author of The Midwife of Hope River returns with a heartfelt sequel, a novel teeming with life and full of humor and warmth, one that celebrates the human spirit.

The Great Depression has hit West Virginia hard. Men are out of. The book positively depicts physician-nurse collaboration, and delegation by nurses to subordinate staff, at a time when these topics are being debated in healthcare settings and legislatures nationally.

"The Reluctant Midwife" also helps build understanding about the development and role of nurse practitioners in the US healthcare system. The Reluctant Midwife tells Becky's story after she returns to West Virginia after a short time up north, after she left to go work in Dr.

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Blum's private practice office. She returns with Dr. Blum in tow, now his primary caretaker, after he has suffered a tragic event that has left him disabled. The Reluctant Midwife I couldn’t put it down, it was very good.

I don’t really like to read books like this because it had so much realism and sadness to it. The horror of losing a baby and the blood, etc When the fire comes and so many people were lost or badly burned, especially the little Hucknell girls losing everything really /5(). The book written in the first person with very short chapters that are more like diary entries than a narrative in a novel.

Characters aren't really developed, nor are their motives explained. Also the story line of Dr. Blum's catatonia, which really isn't catatonia, and his somewhat miraculous "recovery" stretches belief - even in this type of /5(4). The Reluctant Midwife This book appeals to me as a retired nurse.

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The books in the 'Philip Allan Literature Guide. The Reluctant Midwife is the second book in a series and I did not read the first book but I felt no loss for not having done so. It stands alone very cleanly. It stands alone very cleanly.

As Becky establishes herself back in her hometown she assists her friend Patience, a midwife, on calls even though she would rather not have anything to do.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Reluctant Midwife: A Hope River Novel/5(58). The Reluctant Midwife (Book): Harman, Patricia: The Great Depression has hit West Virginia hard. Men are out of work; women struggle to feed hungry children. Luckily, Nurse Becky Myers has returned to care for them.

While she can handle most situations, Becky is still uneasy helping women deliver their babies. For these mothers-to-be, she relies on an experienced midwife, her dear friend.The Reluctant Midwife (eBook): Harman, Patricia: The Great Depression has hit West Virginia hard.

Men are out of work; women struggle to feed hungry children. Luckily, Nurse Becky Myers has returned to care for them. While she can handle most situations, Becky is still uneasy helping women deliver their babies.

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For these mothers-to-be, she relies on an experienced midwife, her dear friend.Our Teacher Edition on The Reluctant Fundamentalist can help. Previous. The Waiter. Wainwright Character Analysis Next. Juan-Batista. Changez ’s friend at Underwood Samson and the only other non-white trainee, Wainwright is laid-back and popular with his peers.

He and Changez quickly become friends, but because he is more comfortable with.