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Their mysterious patient

Petra Sawley

Their mysterious patient

by Petra Sawley

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Published by Gresham in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Petra Sawley.
The Physical Object
Pagination160p. ;
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15126750M
ISBN 10070900186X
OCLC/WorldCa30299656

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The Secret Patient By: Vaughan W. Smith 5 out of 5 stars The story The Secret Patient by Vaughan W. Smith is a thrilling medical mystery book. We are first introduced to Elizabeth, a journalist sleuth, when she is meeting a source who states they have a tip for her/5.

But if the book is difficult to read and understand, it is beautifully written. The language is lyrical. At the end of WWII, a young woman, a nurse, winds up living with three men in a bombed out wreck of an Italian Villa.

One is The English Patient, hideously burned in a plane crash in Libya, and supposed to be dying.4/5(). The Golden Book Of The Mysterious is obviously written for young readers but the artwork by Alan lee is for the young and also for the not-so-young-anymore-types-like-me-and-maybe-you.

Of the pages only a half-dozen or so (not counting the index and stuff) lacks a watercolor illustration. There are even some fantastic double-page illustrations!/5(6).

Canadian poet/novelist Ondaatje (In the Skin of a Lion,etc.) assembles, mosaic-fashion, the lives of Their mysterious patient book occupants of an Italian villa near Florence at the end of WW II.

The war-damaged villa, its grounds strewn with mines, has gone from to German stronghold to Allied hospital, its sole occupants now a young Canadian nurse, Hana, and her last patient, a born : Michael Ondaatje.

The mysterious ``English patient'' has been horribly burned while parachuting into the Libyan desert; his face unrecognizable and his identity unknown, he gradually reveals his tragic story. The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is a Celadon Books publication. When this book first started to garner a little buzz, I initially shied away from it.

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I think this is because Hana and her lover are not as fully-realized as are Almasy and his lover, though Hana is by far the most sympathetic character in the character of Caravaggio is as mysterious as is the English patient. We do learn about him, however, and about his mysterious connection to Almasy/5(5).

The first person to make the diagnosis, along with the correct test to prove it, gets a copy of my book — and the pleasure of solving a difficult case. July 3 | Updated Thanks for all your responses. You can read about the correct diagnosis, and the winners, at “Think Like a Doctor: A Mysterious Fever Solved!”.

"The Lady's Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness" author on the only recourse for ailing women who are being ignored Tell me about how you became a full-time patient. watching their job go. Almásy - The protagonist of the novel and the English patient of the ásy is knowledgeable and reflective, the "blank screen" upon which the other characters reflect their thoughts and wishes.

Though he is badly burned in a plane crash, he retains all his mental faculties and is able to tell Hana, Kip, and Caravaggio the pieces of his past and the story of how he fell in love with.

Michael Ondaatje is the author of several award-winning novels, as well as a memoir, a nonfiction book on film, and several books of poetry. Among other accolades, his novel The English Patient won the Booker Prize, and Anil's Ghost won the Irish Times International Fiction Prize, the Giller prize, and the Prix Médicis.

Born in Sri Lanka, Michael Ondaatje lives 4/4(98). "The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje wears the triple crown: it is profound, beautiful and heart-quickening." (Toni Morrison) "There are books that change the shape of literature.

The English Patient is such a book." (Books in Canada). The English Patient study guide contains a biography of Michael Ondaatje, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. listening to the sounds of their feet, occasionally letting his mouth open to receive whatever food they gave him.

who at 20 years old is a rather mysterious protagonist Author: Michael Ondaatje. de Almásy is burnt all over and has lost his memory. When a vengeful, mysterious thief arrives at their abandoned monastery with a past that seems to include de Almásy, and as Hana reads from his book, memories return regarding his past.

He relives his story of lust and love and the destructive force that forbidden passion unleashed upon his. The protagonist and the "English patient" of the novel's title, Almásy exists as the center and focus of the action, despite the fact that he is without name or identity for much of the novel.

Almásy thus serves as the blank sheet upon whom all. Every patient tells a story: medical mysteries and the art of diagnosis is a collection of similar stories. Selected cases vary from common diseases such as pernicious anemia to oddities such as cannabinoid hyperemesis, in which chronic marijuana smokers vomit repeatedly but can relieve hyperemesis by taking hot showers or by: 6.

Her book, Near Death in the ICU, focuses on the importance of doctors listening to their patients’ mysterious experiences. Her interest in the value of these stories started with two inexplicable experiences: that of one of her first patients—and her own.

It’s an important part of good patient care. Sometimes my logical self still. Think Like a Doctor: A Mysterious Fever Solved.

By Lisa Sanders, M.D. More than readers posted responses, and more than 50 figured out that the patient had mononucleosis. Because there were two possible right answers, we ended up with two winners. The Meaning of Dreams: 7 Spiritual Dream Symbols.

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We hope that they will give you a number of interesting angles from which to.Praise “An exciting, artful blend of family and medical history.”—The New York Times “In prose both elegant and intimate, and often thrilling, Patient H.M. is an important book about the wages not of sin but of science.

It is deeply reported and surprisingly emotional, at times poignant, at others shocking.