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Emma Donoghue has brought readers another compelling story set in Ireland. This one covers the 1918 Dublin flu epidemic and focuses on Julia Power, an accomplished nurse/ch like Room, this story is set in one confining location, but here we have various characters coming in at different times. A little room of the hospital was set aside for laboring mothers who were victims of the flu pandemic. Usually no more than three laboring mothers were in the room at a time, along with Nurse Power and a is is not a book for the squeamish due to the detailed accounts of what is needed to nurse women who are sick and going through childbirth simultaneously. I was amazed at how accomplished Nurse Power was throughout the difficulties that were place in her noghue doesn’t shy away from some of the injustices that were common to Ireland of the day, most specifically the method orphans and illegitimate kids were treated. Also, how a easy thing to correct, such as a cleft lip, could determine a child’s future right from the moment of the first breath.I loved the minor characters in the story, such as the orderly who was full of different euphemisms for death. I wasn’t crazy about reading so much about difficult births. I’d be a bit reluctant to recommend this to a young woman for fear it might scare her away from having children!One thing that did stand out for me were the similarities in the pandemic from 1918 and today. Sad to say, not too much has changed, even though our health care has definitely y thanks to NetGalley and Small Brown & Co. for allowing me to read an advance copy and give my honest review.
Attractive and timely!Ireland during the Spanish flu and wartime, The Pull of the Stars sees Julia trying to navigate her method as a nurse in an ill equipped hospital, trying to save the lives of pregnant women and their babies. While the story only tells three days worth of heartache, it feels like forever. Brilliant!
Set in 1918 in the middle of the Spanish Flu epidemic, in a Dublin maternity ward where an endless round of pregnant women ill with the flu come and go, the novel is a spine-tingling reminder of our noghue began writing The Pull of the Stars in 2018. How chillingly providential that it would be published the year of the novel cornoavirus covid-19 as I write this review, violence and protests have been breaking out across America, demanding a just society. Donoghue's novel depicts a globe crushed by WWI, men broken in body and spirit like ghosts of the people they had once been. Unwed mothers are taken in by organizations that demand repayment through a kind of slave labor, their babies becoming trapped in servitude and topic to e myth of progress is challenged by reminders of how small has changed in 100 years. Battle still crushes, the human body still is attacked by opponents huge and small, society remains inequitable, ingrained social prejudices destroy rse Julia Powers is dedicated and hard-working, although underpaid and lacking authority. Readers spend several days with Julia at work, the action taking put in a little hospital room of three hospital is is not a novel for the squeamish. So a lot of things go wrong. In graphic detail, readers endure the female patient’s suffering, the heroic endeavor to save the lives of mother and babies. We learn about their lives, their illness, their deaths.Every loss is marked by Julia on her silver cased watch, a memorial and reminder to never is is not a novel to escape, the globe too closely reflects what we are dealing with with today's pandemic. Warnings, fake cures, the uncertainty, government endeavoring to play down the threat--nothing has changed.I finished the novel in two days.I received a free egalley from the publisher through NetGalley. My review is fair and unbiased.
Emma Donoghue’s fresh novel, THE PULL OF THE STARS takes put in Dublin, Ireland circa 1918 and was inspired, at least in part, by the life of pioneering doctor Kathleen e drama takes put over a three day period and through the experiences of several pregnant and infected patients and the three women (Bridie Sweeney, Nurse Julia Power and Dr. Kathleen Lynn) who act as their caregivers, readers are given a front row seat to the horrors and impact of the pandemic known as the Spanish Flu. Since most readers are aware that this infamous pandemic killed more people than the Globe Battle that had just preceded it we know that things will not bode well for anyone unfortunate enough to be found in the makeshift hospital ward/delivery y of the medical scenarios depicted are vividly bloody, appalling and definitely not for the fainthearted. Donoghue’s nimble characterizations and her subtle soundings of the moral and ethical problems of the time makes this another unforgettable entry into the list of memorable books she has produced.
' Vita gloriosa vita. Life glorious life.'There’s an aura throughout this story that is somewhat bleak, while at the same time gripping in the dangers, the then fairly latest uprising that occurred Easter 1916, WWI, the conditions these people face during the 1918 pandemic – something that we have all recently become too familiar with. There’s also so much tender consideration, kindness from this nurse and her young charge that comes to help the ward where Julia Power works, the Maternity / Fever ward, designated for those women with the flu who are separated from the healthy maternity patients. Along with that, some lovely writing, too.Julia is a nurse nearing her 30th birthday, and when she arrives at work that morning she’s informed that she will be in charge, for the day, of this newly formed ward, and that the other nurse scheduled is ‘missing in action,’ with two expectant, as well as sick, mothers in her care - one having died during the previous night’s shift. And while no assistant is promised, one eventually appears, Bridie idie is a delight, a unbelievable addition, both to Julia and to the reader, as she brings much light to this story. A young woman who isn’t quite sure of her age, having been left in one of the Catholic convents, she’s known small of the world, and nothing about love, the only treatment she’s had at the hands of the nuns has not been kind. Bridie shares her story, small by small with Julia. Julia, being a kind hearted woman, cringes a bit at how unflinchingly Bridie shares the trauma she’s endured, but opens her heart more to her in the process of getting to know her, and begins to look forward to her company. This relationship adds so much light that’s so required in such a dark time.But, there’s so much more to this story than I could tell you in a few short a lot of of the little info of this might seem too conveniently placed - the lack of disinfectant, the having to create do with other medical necessities normally available, the signs that seem to echo those of our current times, but Donoghue began writing this story in October of 2018, long before this pandemic we are all living through began. So a lot of similarities, the closed, companies that appear to be deserted. A changed globe from the one they knew, all that and in addition, they were still dealing with the repercussions of the battle that only ended in November of that year. Families with losses from both the battle and the pandemic.While I haven’t read all of her books, I’ve read a few others by her - Room, Frog Music, and The Wonder and I have to say that out of all of those, that I think that she’s outdone herself with this one, as much as I enjoyed, loved the others. There is so much tenderness in the method these characters are shown, and so much compassion in how this story is shared, it served as a lovely reminder that there still is love, tenderness and compassion in this y thanks for the ARC provided by Little, Brown and Company
This mesmerizing, cinematic historical novel is set in a weary Dublin as Globe Battle I winds down and the population struggles with an outbreak of the Spanish Flu. The city's frightening situation is illustrated in microcosm among a group of hospital patients and caregivers assigned to a maternity ward reserved for pregnant women who have contracted the virus, as described graphically by nurse Julia Power while she struggles to care for them and their infants during duty shifts covering three days including, significantly, the feasts of All Souls and All Saints. Thoroughly researched, masterfully written, and especially timely for its release during the current pandemic, the book provides a rich reading experience for lovers of literary fiction. Note: The publisher supplied an advance reading copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
The material SOTL have released, in particular their older work like this and Ballasted Orchestra, can seem uninteresting if you're not paying attention (one of the main complaints by people who don't listen to ambient frequently). The trick is to obtain into a state of total relaxation or place on your headphones while you're drifting off. This melody triggers a quasi-dream state in my mind, plays back childhood memories, fantasy worlds that I have imagined, and makes me think of all that was and all that will ever be; modernity's melody for the philosopher. I listen to a lot of ambient, and only a few select artists live up to that lofty goal (Gas, Biosphere, Harold Budd, Loscil). This album and beautiful much every other release by SOTL is worth picking up. I only want labels would re-release ambient classics so us connoisseurs didn't have to pay so much for them...
The first Stars Of The Lid track I heard was Be Small With Me, and I was really enchanted by it, but after thoroughly exploring the bands catalog I haven't found anything that compares. The majority of their items offers just a cold ambient drone without any of the My Bloody Valentiney shimmer that makes Be Small With Me so great. So if you're like me, you'd probably be better served by picking up Accelera Deck's album Narcotic Beats.
Ads litteraly begin screaming at you while playing. Like it takes over the phone speakers in the middle of playing and there's no method to stop in or any x to click you have to fully exit, the application and re begin it. Had no issue with the occasional adds like most android games but the wierd speech ones that randomly begin up and take over the whole game? Really ruins it. A shame cuz the android game could of been cute otherwise (at least for very little children)
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