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Eight Hours

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Eight Hours by George A. Baker, Jr. provides a gripping and insightful look into the life of an emergency room doctor. The book delves into the physical, emotional, and psychological challenges faced by doctors as they navigate through the intense and demanding world of healthcare.

Baker's writing is raw and honest, offering readers a candid glimpse into the daily struggles and triumphs of doctors who work tirelessly to save lives. The author's first-hand experience as an emergency room doctor shines through, adding an extra layer of authenticity to the narrative.

The book is well-paced and engaging, making it difficult to put down once you start reading. It offers a unique perspective on the healthcare system and the people who dedicate their lives to helping others. Overall, Eight Hours is a thought-provoking and compelling read that sheds light on the often overlooked world of emergency medicine.

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volunteers bring you 17 recordings of Eight Hours by George A. Baker Jr.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 21, 2021.
This week's poem is a narrative of a working girl and her situation in society. George A. Baker was a native of New York City. He was a journalist, lawyer and author of novels and poetry, His works include Bad Habits of a Good Society . - Summary by David Lawrence

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