Healing, Romance & Revolution: Letters from a Young American Nurse in 1926 China

Healing, Romance & Revolution: Letters from a Young American Nurse in 1926 China By Dennis Buckmaster Carolyn Buckmaster, Healing Romance Revolution Letters from a Young American Nurse in China None
  • Title: Healing, Romance & Revolution: Letters from a Young American Nurse in 1926 China
  • Author: Dennis Buckmaster Carolyn Buckmaster
  • ISBN: 9781937454203
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I don t use Twitter very much, but when I do I am sure to look for any posts related to Changsha That is how I found the book Healing, Romance, and Revolution Letters from an American Nurse in 1926 China Harriet Smith was a nurse in Changsha, Hunan, China for several years This book only covers one year when she actively wrote to her mother and best friend regularly.Since I live in Changsha, I found the book to be very interesting It is still common for my husband and I to be stopped and asked f [...]


    2. Although a year in the life of an American nurse in China in the early years of the 20thcentury could be fascinating reading, this wasslow, dull and flat It s hard to understand how someone could be in the midst of a revolution and bore the reader I understand that the contents of the letters were compiled by the great niece and her husband, but possiblythese letters should not have been published.


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