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The Midwife Trilogy: "Call the Midwife", "Shadows of the Workhouse", "Farewell to the East End" [Anglais] [Broché]

Jennifer Worth

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A book I will keep forever 4 novembre 2012
Par S. Miller - Publié sur
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I read "Call the Midwife" before the PBS show came about. It enthralled me so when I found out a trilogy was available, I bought it immediately. Jennifer Lee Worth is a wonderful writer. Her stories take you right into the homes she was visiting. Vivid descriptions of people, buildings, sounds, smells, daily routines and the time period kept me entranced. I did have a little trouble getting through the "workhouse" section. That was only because the writing was so compelling, I felt like I was right there with her. Reading the heartrending stories of the abjectly poor in England made me stop and gather my breath before I could continue. Many times I cried and the stories still haunt me. Her stories of how the sisters for whom she worked helped her overcome her resistance to the appalling conditions inspired me. I work with the aged and demented. The line from Sister Julienne about confused Sister Monica Joan, "It is our privilege to care for her" fills in the sometimes ravaged parts of my own heart. I highly recommend this trilogy to all women. I don't think many males would like the descriptions of birth, death, disease, poverty, filth, overcrowding and starvation. But I'm sure there are some who would find it as riveting as I. I highly recommend this trilogy.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Midwife Trilogy 23 novembre 2012
Par Julia G. Mauran - Publié sur
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I have just started the first book in the trilogy, "Call the Midwife." It is very difficult to put down. The descriptive passages are evocative and beautiful and the people simply jump off the pages. A great read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well Written 16 janvier 2013
Par Anne McCormack - Publié sur
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I had forgotten so much of the fifties in London. I worked there through the fifties and sixties and the poverty in some areas was just as described. Bomb damage was still around when I emigrated to the US in 1965.
My eldest daughter was born in 1959 and although I was fortunate o go to hospital for the birth but there were no birth aids to help prolonged labour at that time. Gas and air were available sometimes if one was lucky.
I did very much enjoy reading these books, first class writing.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Read The Midwife Trilogy 13 novembre 2013
Par Sherlock - Publié sur
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Wonderfully written, authentic to the period with sufficient tensions for literary interest; I could;t put it down until I read all three books. I am not sure if there are more offerings in the series, but after a short break from the Trilogy I intend to investigate and read any I find. This could well be a bibliography recommendation for students in basic nursing education, especially in light of the changes in health care delivery today. Readers may benefit from reading more about the Eat End of London and those years. A serious book club whose members can manage more than short reads would enjoy this trilogy; although each book can stand alone, I suggest reading them in order. Regarding the vendor, the book arrived quickly and the condition was accurately described, shipping was reasonable even though a UK publication. Regarding access to the book: It is a shame that many excellent books published in the UK, and elsewhere in English-speaking countries, are not better known and more readily accessible to USA readers until they become popular and are reprinted, sometimes under different titles.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 so wonderful to learn the details behind the stories - intimate look at human nature, survival, dignity and love! 25 novembre 2012
Par Judith A Anderson - Publié sur
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so wonderful to learn the details behind the stories - intimate look at human nature, survival, dignity and love! I found myself laughing and crying plus was often lost in my own experiences in the midwest during the 60's as a young single urban public health nurse (without universal health care).
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