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Call the Midwife #03: Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East Endby Jennifer Worth
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Leaving a middle-class childhood to become a midwife in Londons poor East End, Jennifer Worth not only delivered babies, she touched numerous lives and recounted with depth the heartrending story of a neighborhood in transition. Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East End is the last book in Worths memoir trilogy, which the Times Literary Supplement described as “powerful stories with sweet charm and controlled outrage” in the face of dire circumstances.
Here, at last, is the full story of Chummys delightful courtship and wedding. We also meet Meganmave, identical twins who share a browbeaten husband, and return to Sister Monica Joan, who is in top eccentric form. As in Worths first two books, Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times and Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse, the vividly portrayed denizens of a postwar East End contend with the trials of extreme poverty—unsanitary conditions, hunger, and disease—and find surprising ways to thrive in their tightly knit community.
The final book in the trilogy begun by Jennifer Worth’s bestseller Call the Midwife, the basis for the popular PBS series.
The third volume in the series that began with the New York Times bestseller Call the Midwife, now a PBS hit series.
About the Author
JENNIFER WORTH (1935-2011) trained as a nurse at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, England. She then moved to London to train as a midwife. She later became a staff nurse at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, and then ward sister at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital in Euston. Music had always been her passion and in 1973 Jennifer left nursing in order to study music intensively. She gained the Licentiate of the London College of Music in 1974 and was awarded a fellowship ten years later.
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