Other Women's Children

Other Women's Children

Book - 1990
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Dr. Amelia Stern became a pediatrician to cure children, not see them die. In a kind of bargain she strikes with herself and fate, she does everything she can to save other women's children, hoping to keep her own child safe from harm. It's never easy. Amelia's hospital life contrasts so starkly with her cozy domestic world that she can't help but bring it home sometimes. Always available for medical emergencies and the needs of her helpless patients, Amelia begins to ignore her own needs. And her family life and marriage fade in importance as she heroically fights to save all of her children. A tender and timely examination of a doctor's world, a mother's world, and a wife's world, OTHER WOMEN'S CHILDREN is a revealing X ray of the complications of women's lives today. "Superb . . . A poignant literary page-turner." --The New York Times Book Review
Publisher: New York : Random House, c1990.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780394586991
0394586999
Branch Call Number: KLAS
Characteristics: 284 p. ; 24 cm.

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