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Onthe step of the door lay a large turtle, with oneclaw gone, and on his back was pasted a bit ofpaper, with his name,— Commodore Waddle,U. Her letters home — revised and published in the Commonwealth and collected as Hospital Sketches 1863, republished with additions in 1869 — brought her first critical recognition for her observations and humor. Itwas a happy time, sitting in the sunshine, withleaves pleasantly astir all about them, doves cooingoverhead, and flowers sweetly gossiping togetherthrough the summer afternoon. Indeed, I am in truly earnest; I will learn,I will be kind, and may I go now and begin? Itwas a happy time, sitting in the sunshine, withleaves pleasantly astir all about them, doves cooingoverhead, and flowers sweetly gossiping togetherthrough the summer afternoon. What willyou do while I'm gone? All that morning they were very busy settlingthe new-comers, for both people and books hadto be consulted before they could decide whatdiet and treatment was best for each. The Commodore wasmade happy in a tub of water, grass, and stones,and Mr.

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The Death of John by Louisa May Alcott

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

When they had made him ready for the grave, John lay in state for half an hour, a thing which seldom happened in that busy place; but a universal sentiment of reverence and affection seemed to fill the hearts of all who had known or heard of him; and when the rumor of his death went through the house, always astir, many came to see him, and I felt a tender sort of pride in my lost patient; for he looked a most heroic figure, lying there stately and still as the statue of some young knight asleep upon his tomb. But when lying weak and wounded at home, the cheerful courage which had led him safely through many dangers seemed to have deserted him, and he was often gloomy, sad, or fretful, because he longed to be at his post again, and time passed very slowly. On each side of it stood abox of stores. When Will was gone and she had prayed softly in her heart that God would keep him safe and bring him home again, she dried her tears and went away to find comfort in the place where he had spent so many happy hours with her. You hand me things, I'll pile 'em in the barrow and wheel 'em off to the barn; then it will save time, and be finished up tidy. She was thoughtful after that, and so busy puzzling her young head about the duty of loving those who hate us, and being kind to those who are disagreeable or unkind, that she went through the rest of the wood quite forgetful of her work. Being very anxious to get home, that she might tell her adventures, and show how great was the need of a sanitary commission in that region, Nelly marched proudly up the avenue, and, having displayed her load, hurried to the hospital, where another applicant was waiting for her.

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Nelly's Hospital

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

Every morning when the day proved fair the littleambulance went out upon its charitable errand;every afternoon Nelly worked for the humansufferers whom she loved; and every evening brotherWill read aloud to her from useful books, showedher wonders with his microscope, or prescribedremedies for the patients, whom he soon knew byname and took much interest in. I will help you, and Tony shall be your surgeon. Nevertheless, her family suffered severe financial difficulties and Alcott worked to help support the family from an early age. I will help you, and Tony shall be your surgeon. It was an easy thing for Dr.

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Nelly's Hospital

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

The walls shone white again, for not a spider dared to stay; the wide seat which encircled the room was dustless now,--the floor as nice as willing hands could make it; and the south wind blew away all musty odors with its fragrant breath. The lower part was left free for any larger creatures which Nelly might find. I had not the heart to do it then, and privately indulged the hope that some change for the better might take place, in spite of gloomy prophecies, so, rendering my task unnecessary. Please say yes again, mamma. Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, in 1832. I did not like to be made fun of, but I've been thinking that it would be very pleasant to have a little hospital all my own, and be a nurse in it, because, if I took pains, so many pretty creatures might be made well, perhaps. A bright thought cameto her after much pondering.

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[PDF] Nelly's Hospital by Louisa May Alcott

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

Both hands of the miniature Nelly wereoutstretched, as if beckoning to a train of insects,birds and beasts, which was so long that it not onlycircled round the lower rim of this fine sketch, butdwindled in the distance to mere dots and lines. She thought he had forgotten it;but even in the hurry of that busy day he hadfound time to do more than keep his word, whileNelly sat indoors, lovingly brightening the tarnishedbuttons on the blue coat that had seen somany battles. The other box was full of crumbs, bits of sugar, bird-seed, and grains of wheat and corn, lest any famished stranger should die for want of food before she got it home. Dan helped me, warning me as he did so, that it was unsafe for dead and living flesh to lie so long together; but though my hand was strangely cold and stiff, and four white marks remained across its back, even when warmth and color had returned elsewhere, I could not but be glad that, through its touch, the presence of human sympathy, perhaps, had lightened that hard hour. Please say yes again, mamma.

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Alcott Louisa May, Biography

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

But it never entered herinnocent head that Tony had searched the woodand meadow before she was up, and laid most ofthese creatures ready to her hands, that shemight not be disappointed. I onlywish my little amb'lance was big enough foryou to go in,--I'd so like to give you the firstride. Being very anxious to get home, that she mighttell her adventures, and show how great was theneed of a sanitary commission in that region,Nelly marched proudly up the avenue, and, havingdisplayed her load, hurried to the hospital,where another applicant was waiting for her. I thinkthat plan will not do. She speaks out about the mismanagement of hospitals and the indifference and callousness of some of the surgeons she encountered. She had not been there before that day, and when she reached the door she stood quite still and wanted very much to cry again, far something beautiful had happened. On each side of it stood abox of stores.

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Nelly's hospital. (Book, 1865) [in10.com.br]

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

Nelly's Hospital 1865 is a short story by Louisa May Alcott, written during or shortly after the American Civil War. I sat down by him, wiped the drops from his forehead, stirred the air about him with the slow wave of a fan, and waited to help him die. She had learnedto care for him already, and when she found himdead, was very glad she had been kind to him,hoping that he knew it, and died happier in herhospital than all alone in the shadowy wood. Below, on the smooth panel of the door, askilful pencil had drawn two arching ferns, inwhose soft shadow, poised upon a mushroom,stood a little figure of Nurse Nelly, and undeneathit another of Dr. Upstairs and downstairs ran Nelly till all necessary materials were collected, and almost breathlessly she watched her brother arch the canes over the cart, cover them with the cloth, and fit an upper shelf of small compartments, each lined with cotton-wool to serve as beds for wounded insects, lest they should hurt one another or jostle out.

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Nelly's Hospital by Louisa May Alcott

nelly s hospital alcott louisa may

Then he thanked her for it, and though she cried for joy and sorrow she never forgot it, because he left something behind him which always pleasantly reminded her of the double success her little hospital had won. I shall play that you have given out on a march, as the soldiers sometimes do, and been left behind for the Sanitary people to see to. Alcott's writing eventually became the family's main source of income. Then he thanked her for it, andthough she cried for joy and sorrow she neverforgot it, because he left something behind himwhich always pleasantly reminded her of thedouble success her little hospital had won. In the mid-1860s, Alcott wrote passionate, fiery novels and sensational stories under the nom de plume A. Above the roof, where the doves cooed in the sun, now rustled a white flag with the golden S. My doves only use the upperpart, and it would be so like Frank in the storybook.

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