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Review to follow I ve been a loooooong time resident of Balti This fact was not enough to charm this book to me Frankly I read the first half 160 pp and then cut to the last chapter Kind of fun to read the chapters about eg Lexington Market back in the ay and a few other Balti landmarks But the plot was plodding and the characters not very well Smijurija u mjerama developed The author introduced perhaps 8ifferent young men in the beginning and I needed a list to recall them There is al. Originally published in 1939 Miss Susie Slagle's spent half a year on the national best seller lists went through twenty three hardcover printings and became a major Hollywood motion
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The abitlity to know the right thing to Speer do without the prop of experienceThe inuiring mindThe man who through observation caneduce a conclusion and try it without the weight of experience to back him up p 56 If a man can accomplish in life something worth recording in a book he has achieed his staturep 163 Faith A hope beyond our present a better future toward which wearily we stagger Absolutely brilliant and very interesting for anyone interested in medical literatur. Ie Slagle's house on Biddle Street is reissued in the Maryland Paperback Bookshelf Richly etailed and warmly nostalgic Miss Susie Slagle's is about to charm a new generation of reader.
So a lot of hero worship about Johns Hopkins Hospital and its 4 famous ocs of which a little went a tooo long way Excellent for native Marylanders Lots of local color Picked this up at the library used book sale in Lowell It jumped out at me because of title But the story was of interest as well since it s about medical students A few uotes I notedp 49 No genius came from geniuses The great musicians sprang in one generation and so The Ring Of The Dove did the greatoctorsp 50 Genius is. Icture produced by John Houseman Now Augusta Tucker's beloved novel of Balti in the halcyon years before the Great War and of the Johns Hopkins medical students who boarded at Miss Sus.