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Sue Barton, Senior Nurse

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On a course at a nearby maternity hospital she heard that Bill was going out with another nurse Later he wrote her a stiff letter saying he was leaving the hospital to go elsewhereEven her nursing duties couldn't take Sue's mind off her own heartache Had she made a terrible mistak The beginning of this book makes Sue looks so perfect that I was wondering for a moment what happened to the girl that used to fall down laundry chutes and sneak through second story windows Although some of Sue's endearing probationer klutziness is absent this book is still loads of fun I love Boylston's vivid descriptions and I especially enjoyed the part describing the Amphitheatre Sue's terror at assisting Dr Carson reminded me of a similar plotline later used in the first Cherry Ames book with Dr Wylie in Cherry's case I know nothing about this stuff so it's interesting to learn what kind of training and work nurses actually do well did I'm sure a lot has changed For instance it's clear that infant care is very different today than it was in 1937I know this type of story isn't meant to be over thought but it did seem a little sudden for Bill to ask Sue to marry him considering they had never even formally dated Hadn't the no fraternizing rule eased up enough that they could've managed it I love the fact that they have a real dance in this It sounds like it would be so much fun and I imagine Sue's Connie's and Kit's gowns as being right out of a 1930's movieI'm still a bit confused about the differences between house officers and interns or internes as the book spells it I also had a hard time keeping track of all the nurses mentioned with m names there's a Miss Mason a Miss Matthews a Miss Martel and a Miss Masters And who is Ted Hanscom He's mentioned twice in the book on pp 32 33 and p 206 He's a different Ted than Sue's brother of the same name Is he an orderly It's bothering me that I couldn't figure out who he was I'm amazed that Sue doesn't have a single visit home during this whole book which spans a year or two I think Perhaps the author just didn't mention it Also I found it very amusing that Connie's rather poor fiancé tells her he can only afford one maid 179 HaI look forward to reading well re reading but it's been so long that it feels new about Sue and Kit's experiences at the Henry Street Settlement I'm glad she's waiting a bit to marry Bill It feels like they hardly know each other Lettres à Anne: (1962-1995) out with another nurse Later he wrote her a stiff letter saying he was leaving the hospital to go elsewhereEven her nursing duties couldn't take Sue's mind Mélancolie française off her Opération bagration la revanche de Staline (été 1944) own heartache Had she made a terrible mistak The beginning L'État contre les juifs: Vichy, les nazis et la persécution antisémite of this book makes Sue looks so perfect that I was wondering for a moment what happened to the girl that used to fall down laundry chutes and sneak through second story windows Although some Nouvelle histoire de la France contemporaine, Tome 8 : 1848 ou l'apprentissage de la République, 1848-1852 of Sue's endearing probationer klutziness is absent this book is still loads Les soldats de la honte of fun I love Boylston's vivid descriptions and I especially enjoyed the part describing the Amphitheatre Sue's terror at assisting Dr Carson reminded me Le traité de Versailles et la fin de la Première Guerre mondiale: Chronique d’une paix manquée of a similar plotline later used in the first Cherry Ames book with Dr Wylie in Cherry's case I know nothing about this stuff so it's interesting to learn what kind Le jour le plus long : 6 juin 1944 of training and work nurses actually do well did I'm sure a lot has changed For instance it's clear that infant care is very different today than it was in 1937I know this type Itinéraire d'un triangle rose of story isn't meant to be Noirs dans les camps nazis over thought but it did seem a little sudden for Bill to ask Sue to marry him considering they had never even formally dated Hadn't the no fraternizing rule eased up enough that they could've managed it I love the fact that they have a real dance in this It sounds like it would be so much fun and I imagine Sue's Connie's and Kit's gowns as being right Par le sang versé out Le Monde selon De Gaulle : Tome 2, Le général à livre ouvert... of a 1930's movieI'm still a bit confused about the differences between house Mai 68 l'arnaque du siècle officers and interns Ils partiront dans l'ivresse : Lyon (mai 43)-Londres (février 44) or internes as the book spells it I also had a hard time keeping track Vaincre sans gloire: Le corps expéditionnaire français en Italie (novembre 1942-juillet 1944) of all the nurses mentioned with m names there's a Miss Mason a Miss Matthews a Miss Martel and a Miss Masters And who is Ted Hanscom He's mentioned twice in the book Opération "Torch" on pp 32 33 and p 206 He's a different Ted than Sue's brother L'Honneur, pas les honneurs: Mémoires, tome I. Avec le 2e REP en Algérie of the same name Is he an A la droite d'Hitler orderly It's bothering me that I couldn't figure Mitterrand, le grand initié out who he was I'm amazed that Sue doesn't have a single visit home during this whole book which spans a year L'espèce humaine or two I think Perhaps the author just didn't mention it Also I found it very amusing that Connie's rather poor fiancé tells her he can 1943 only afford Les origines républicaines de Vichy one maid 179 HaI look forward to reading well re reading but it's been so long that it feels new about Sue and Kit's experiences at the Henry Street Settlement I'm glad she's waiting a bit to marry Bill It feels like they hardly know each Le mythe du grand silence: Auschwitz, les Français, la mémoire other

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Sue Barton has been at the hospital for two years and was now a Senior Nurse Sue knew it was the most important period of her career so far but she soon found she had to cope with a personal conflict On one hand there was her involvement with her work and on the other her feelings This book hammers home just how young Sue is I love her experiences in the operating room that she isn't as good as she expects to be until she comes across a person she can help and her relationship skills are terrible but relatable nonetheless It's the asides that make this book though the parents who don't want their child Connie going for anesthetics but giving everything up as a given when she gets married frustrating Sue Sue wanting a career before she gets married Miss Cameron Sometimes I find myself weirdly emotional in parts Always in the same parts too And I'll persist in saying there's just a uality in the writing that's oddly evocative even if I can't pin it down precisely L'Ame de Napoléon of her career so far but she soon found she had to cope with a personal conflict On Napoléon, tome 3 : L'Empereur des rois, 1806-1812 one hand there was her involvement with her work and Le second Empire on the Napoléon et l'opéra other her feelings This book hammers home just how young Sue is I love her experiences in the Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur operating room that she isn't as good as she expects to be until she comes across a person she can help and her relationship skills are terrible but relatable nonetheless It's the asides that make this book though the parents who don't want their child Connie going for anesthetics but giving everything up as a given when she gets married frustrating Sue Sue wanting a career before she gets married Miss Cameron Sometimes I find myself weirdly emotional in parts Always in the same parts too And I'll persist in saying there's just a uality in the writing that's Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 oddly evocative even if I can't pin it down precisely

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For the young doctor Bill Barry Working with him so closely in the operating theatre it was not so easy to concentrate on her work But was she really in love with himMatters came to a head on the night of the Christmas Eve Ball When Bill proposed Sue turned him down Then working This book gives a delightful view of a bygone era I highly recommend this series for all agesAn interesting bit of triviaHelen Boylston was living with Laura Ingalls Wilder while writing some of the Sue Barton books Helen and Rose Wilder were friends