This book tells the story of a young Jewish woman from Russia, who is trained in midwifery. High to Low Avg. I never really understood or liked Hannah based on her actions and I wouldn't recommend this book. Open Preview See a Problem? She's married for heavens sake. This unlikely couple sprang from diverse backgrounds and educational choices.
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This article needs more links to other articles to help integrate it into the encyclopedia. Industrial clients included IBM International, who commissioned films to launch innovative commercial systems as well as motivational films for conferences. She fought the awesome odds facing a Jewish immigrant and the bitter hostility of male doctors in turn-of-the-century New York. There is a lot of things in the book such as Jewish terms and practices that I never had even heard of before. The Midwife's Advice Sep 18,
September Learn how and when to remove this template message. I got a sample of this book on my ereader which ended in the middle of a difficult birth, and I was intrigued enough to buy it to see how it played out. When she emigrates, she must find her professional place in New York, competing with fellow midwives and medical doctors seeking to practice in the field of obstetrics. I loved the actual midwifery in this book, but it was very immoral and I ended up hating the main character. Great read for nurses, certified nurse midwives and anyone else who is interested in the childbearing experience in history.