2 edition of [Newspaper clippings concerning contemporaries of Florence Nightingale] found in the catalog.
[Newspaper clippings concerning contemporaries of Florence Nightingale]
Written in English
Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1982. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. (Adelaide Nutting historical nursing collection ; AN 1043)
|Series||Adelaide Nutting historical nursing collection -- AN 1043.|
|Contributions||Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910|
|The Physical Object|
Named a Doody's Core Title!"This beautiful book bound in red leather includes an in-depth history about each version and the preparation and publishing of Nightingale's works. What is very interesting is the editor's commentary on the bibliographical and social history behind the various versions. He discusses little known facts about the book, such as the one published . This collection of books by and about Florence Nightingale was a gift from urologist Elmer Belt to UCLA's Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library in The gift honored School of Nursing Dean Lulu Wolf Hassenplug for her successful creation of .
Press reviews of Hugh Small's biography of Florence Nightingale (published in under the title Florence Nightingale, Avenging Angel). Click here for extracts from several reviews (the best bits!) or scroll down to see the full text of each of the reviews listed below. New York Review of Books, Vol. XLVIII Number 4, 8 March (see also the follow-up letter from . Most people know Florence Nightingale was a compassionate and legendary nurse, but they don’t know her full story. This riveting biography explores the exceptional life of a woman who defied the stifling conventions of Victorian society to pursue what was considered an undesirable : HMH Books.
The name Florence Nightingale conjures up a vision of the marvelous, caring woman who gave legitimacy to the profession of nursing. Before that stage of her life, young Florence was the daughter of well-to-do parents, with a particularly social-climbing mother, and so, Florence was well bred, well educated and well traveled. Brief: This volume series makes available Nightingale's major published books, articles and pamphlets (many long out of print) and a vast amount of heretofore unpublished correspondence and notes. The first eight volumes, published , include Nightingale's Life and Family, Spiritual Journey, Theology, Mysticism and Eastern Religions.
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Then I got to the end of the book, where Nightingale lays out one of. 26 The precise authorship of the article originally published in the Westminster Review, LV (July ), –is still did not acknowledge publicly Harriet Taylor's authorship until after her death when he reprinted the essay in his Dissertations and Discussions ().
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Florence Nightingale (), known as “The Lady With the Lamp,” was a British nurse, social reformer and statistician best known as the founder of modern nursing.
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