Hospital Sketches [NOOK Book]

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Hospital Sketches (1863) is a compilation of four sketches based on letters Louisa May Alcott sent home during the six weeks she spent as a volunteer nurse for the Union Army during the American Civil War in Georgetown.
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Overview

Hospital Sketches (1863) is a compilation of four sketches based on letters Louisa May Alcott sent home during the six weeks she spent as a volunteer nurse for the Union Army during the American Civil War in Georgetown.
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  • BN ID: 2940148491019
  • Publisher: Randall Sanders Publishing Co.
  • Publication date: 9/25/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 445 KB

Meet the Author

Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888) was an American novelist best known as author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys.[1] Raised by her transcendentalist parents, Abigail May and Amos Bronson Alcott in New England, she grew up among many of the well-known intellectuals of the day such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau. Nevertheless, her family suffered severe financial difficulties and Alcott worked to help support the family from an early age. She began to receive critical success for her writing in the 1860s. Early in her career, she sometimes used the pen name A. M. Barnard.
Published in 1868, Little Women is set in the Alcott family home, Orchard House, in Concord, Massachusetts and is loosely based on Alcott's childhood experiences with her three sisters. The novel was very well received and is still a popular children's novel today. Alcott was an abolitionist and a feminist. She died in Boston.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    I read the sample and its pretty good....

    If u like LMA..the author...then u should read this book...

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2014

    Nova Rising~by Dawn

    "Fyren! Wake up!" A farmiliar voice called, male. I could not open my eyes. I heard another voice whisper to the first one to stop, female.
    <br>
    "We need to get her home." The second said, clearly restraining the first. A third dragon approached me, placing an ear next to my heart.
    <br>
    "She will live, for now." The voice said, obviously male.
    <br>
    "Deadnight! Save her!" The first called. Deadnight did not register to me at first...
    <br>
    "Dakern! I am no healer!" The third one shouted. Dakern! Deadnight...the third has to be...
    <br>
    "Onhith, please take Dakern back to the fortress for some help. Also, tell them, I mean, King Obsidian, at the palace that Fyren needs help. Her heart is beating, but she is not doing anything else." Onhith! Dakern, Deadnight, and Onhith! I remember that I am on a message delivery quest, traveling from the the Star Kingdom, carrying King Leo's message for King Obsidian.
    <br>
    -I'll send troops for the upcoming battle for the Northern Peak.- He had said.
    <br>
    Onhith and Dakern were winging away home, while Deadnight looked around. I tried to open my eyes, then saw Deadnight's figure breifly.
    <br>
    "Deadnight, tell...Obsidian, tell him...that Leo...said...that he...would send troops...to help with the up...upcom...upcoming battle." I managed to rasp, falling unconcious again.
    <br>
    <br>
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    <br>
    A WEEK LATER
    <br>
    I weakly open my eyes, expecting to see Deadnight standing over me in the rocky terrain of the Star Kingdom. Instead, I see obsidian walls all around me. I jolt awake, jumping up-well, trying to. I am bound to a table of obsidian. I jerk around, fihting against the chains. I look up after a while, the stop, exausted. I am in a large obsidian dome. 'Home! I'm home! In the Fortress of Night!' I think.
    <br>
    "But not home enough!" I growl to myself. I take a look at the chains around my feet, seeing if I could move enough against them at all. I let out a hiss of frustration as I could only move a few inches. I tried to move my wings, but they were bound to my body with a very tight chain. I struggle against my bindings for a few more minutes, then gave up, laying down. I drifted into sleep without trying or meaning to.
    <br>
    A FEW HOURS LATER
    <br>
    Boom! I jolt awake to the sound of a giant door being slammed. I get up, looking around. There stands King Obsidian, flanked by Ventruv, the royal doctor, Deadnight, Dakern, and Onhith.
    <br>
    "Fyren, Fyren, Fyren." The king chuckled. "Now, in the week that has past, we have discovered something very interesting." He paused. I glared at him. "Half-breeds, do exist. Your fellow messanger, Gerniy, was excecuted for being a cross between a Thunderscale and Darkscale." I shudder as I remember my fellow mesanger with amber eyes and wings. "Kiilo, an Icescale, has been killed for being a cross between a Icescale and Starscale. The Icescale mother of the dragonet was killed for defending her son." Obsidian paused, starting to circle her. "You, are an interesting case." He ran his tail down my spine, but I didn't flinch. "You, Fyren, seem to be all clans, mixed together."
    <br>
    I hiss between my teeth, looking King Obsidian in the eye, staring into the black depths. "My mother would never do that." I growl, my voice shaky.
    <br>
    "Well, you see, Fyren, even if you weren't, you have broken the rules of a messanger by sending other drafons to finish your job." He looked at the four behind him. My friends were nervous. "You will be kept prisoner." He growled lowly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2014

    Nova Rising-Part 3~By Dawn

    "Why! Why! You can't do this to me!" I shout, thrashing.
    <br>
    "Oh, yes I can." King Obsidian chuckled darkly. "Since I am king, I have that power. I will put you in the Ring of Punishment with Pluto." He growled, refering to the arena where all prisoners eventually go. "Lucky for you, the King of the Icescales has offered to make you a very high position." He said mischeviously.
    <br>
    "I will never go to the Icescales." I hiss, narrowing my eyes.
    <br>
    "Or, you can be my queen here. Fyren, King Sharrd, has wanted a worthy queen for a long time. He chose you." He said, seeing Fyren's look of shock, he laughed evily. "I, propose a different pubishment." He looked back at the three other messangers. "Fyren, meet, your new mate." He said, almost mockingly.
    <br>
    "Who will that be." I hiss.
    <br>
    "I belive you can find out yourself." He stepped back, revealing King Sharrd, King Boom, and King Leo. King Sharrd was hungry for me, King Boom was just standing there, just like a Thunderscale. Leo, he kept glancing the way he came in, clearly not wanting her. "Which one do you chose?" He asked, standing next to Sharrd.
    <br>
    "None. I chose my own mate from love, not force." I spoke, fixing my eyes on Obsidian, cruely. "If I had to chose any dragon in the land of Thyyria, I would chose..." I pause, thinking. My gaze flickers to Leo. I try out some telelpathy. If the royal doctor and scientists were right, then I would have the Starscale power of telepathy. -Leo! Help! I need to kill this monster of a king!- I tried to send. -Fyren! What are you thinking! I can't do it!- he sent back. -I'm a cross of all tribes together. Just please, you can free me once I distract them.- I replied through telepathy. I still stared at Obsidian. -All right. Sounds a little crazy, but okay.- he agreed finally.
    <br>
    "I knew it! It is me!" Onsidian cried with joy when I stared at him. He came up, and was about to kiss me, when I pulled my head back, shooting a beam of fire into his mouth. "Fyren! How-Thunderscale part of you-" he was cut off by a jolt of pain. Everyone rushed forward except Deadnight. He didn't move to help the king. King Leo shot over to me, undoing my bonds with his sharp claws. Soldiers poured in, and I was free. My wings were bound, but I saw a figure of a Darkscale soldier flying towards Leo. "Leo! Come on!" I shout, leaping over him, hoping he would follow, but I decided it wouldn't work, so I knocked him over, blasting the Darkscale soldier with a flame. He screamed, dying. I let Leo up, and he slashed open my wing bindings. I look at him, saying thanks. We race through the fortress, battling Darkscales. We eventually fly out, winging away.
    <br>
    "Where to, King Leo?" I asked him as we flew.
    <br>
    "Uhh, the border of Dark and Star." He awnsered. We aoared higher than the clouds. I checked oer my shoulder, and no one was following us. We landed at the Moon River, which bordered the Star and Dark. He looked at the river, baffled.
    <br>
    "I see a cave over there." I say, pointing towards a sheltered opening, well hidden. Leo nodded his silver an black head. We walked over to it, and went in, finding good places to sleep.
    <br>
    "Fyren, why are you doing this?" Leo asked me alfter a while.
    <br>
    I hesitate. "King Leo, what would you say if I wanted to be a Starscale?" I ask nervously.
    <br>
    When the Starscale king spoke, he sounded shocked. "I would say-you have to run a few tests, but I would say...yes, you may become a Starscale." He said.
    <br>
    "Thanks." I say.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2014

    The Wing and the Sword (by ``|`` | G 3 &real

    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Shh! Someone's coming!" I hiss to the boy standing in front of me. I jump into the air and continue up, landing silently in a tree as a scruffy man walked to where l had been hovering just seconds before. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "I'm tellin' ye, boy. Ye needa stop runnin' off!" <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Yes, Uncle Josia." <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Do l catch a whiff o' fairy?" <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 My breath caught in my lungs as those words were spoken. 'Please don't find me, please don't find me!' I prayed. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "I just scared one off, Sir." <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 l slowly let out my breath. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Sonny, somethin' else is here." <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "What do you mean?" <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Nevmind." <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 Josia and the boy whom l had been meeting walked off. I waited and then nimbly leapt out of the tree. I soared through the air to an isolated clearing. <br><br><br><br><br><br>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "Psst! Pssst!" I lifted my head and zipped through the forest. Seeing him there, with tussled brown hair, l smiled and rest my wings as l ran into his arms. I buried my head in his chest, and breathed in the scent of pine needles. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 I yelped and jerked back as my ankles began to burn. I tripped and fell, and hazel eyes gazed down at me in horror. Josia came from behind him and pulled him away from me. "Caught in the act!" He growled. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 Strong hands grabbed my hands and l screamed as the iron burned my wrists. An iron collar was buckled around my neck and an iron voice-blocker was placed around my head, freezing my mouth. I struggled, and saw the pain on his face. I was picked up and tossed in a wagon. <br><br><br><br><br><br>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 l woke up to a very uncomfortable feeling. I sat up and iron scalded my neck. I nearly screamed in pain, but was unable to. Then, l realized what had happened. The door to the cell was opened and he stepped in, holding his sword. Josia was in the background, watching. "Remember, traitor, unless you kill the beast, you will be killed." <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 My violet eyes flashed, and he solemnly looked into them. 'I'm sorry...' They seemed to apoligize. Then a ruthless, guarded look passed over and covered his face. He took the voice blocker and one of my multiple, newly aquirred collars. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 He raised his sword above his head, and it peirced what remained of the heart he stole so very graciously. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 l sucked in one last breath, and whispered four final words. <p>
    &#1 &#2 &#3 &#4 "l love you, Jonathon."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2014

    Love's Battle Part 3 by Gwendolyn

    I hear sharp noises around me, and slowly I force my eyes open. Dust rises around me, and I see silver and black bodies everywhere, and the quick movements of the ones still alive. Blood flows over my eyes, and I feebly lift my hand to my head, immediately covering it in blood. "Da<_>mn it," I say as I realize how bad the wound is. I wipe the blood from my eyes and spot my arrow not but three feet away. I scramble frantically for it, and my fingers curl around its beautiful silvery bough. I go to pull it back when a black foot comes down on my hand. I writhe in anguish, and look up to see the boy standing above me, an arrow sticking out of his other leg where I had purposely shot him.
    <p>
    "That," he sneered, "was for shooting me." He lifted the club he'd had when I shot him. "And this," he said as he raised it over his head, "is for Staland!"
    <p>
    The club was coming down quickly, so without thinking, I grasped his other leg with my free hand, sending him tumbling backwards, freeing my bow and my now black and blue hand. I grabbed my bow and leaped to my feet, walking towards him. I yanked the arrow from his leg and ignored his screams of pain as I drew back the string. "I should've shot to kill in the first place," I said as I released, striking him dead in the heart. I left my arrow in his chest; it had done its work; and found another on the ground. I scanned the crowd for Gabriel, and spotted him, fighting off a circle of black suited men professionally.
    <p>
    I drew back my string. This was the dreaded moment; the moment where I must put aside my feelings to save two kingdoms who would slaughter each other otherwise. Gabriel stumbled a bit to the right when he fought off his last attacker, and a well built man in a silver and black suit came up behind him sneering. I recognized him instantly. Unfortunately so did everybody else in the fray of the fight.
    <p>
    "Tamal," I muttered under my breath. No wonder he never fought. He secretly became leader of both kingdoms. Everyone around me stopped fighting to watch Tamal and Gabriel. Tamal held two staffs in hand. "This has to be done, my boy," he said, cackling. I couldn't shoot now; everyone would notice. I spied the tree behind us and slipped away, stealthily scaling the tree until I was well hidden from everyone.
    <p>
    I drew back my string. I had to be precise. My arrow moved with my target, but I had to wait for the right moment, or I would kill the wrong person. Silver and black flurried around as the two battled it out, and I drew my string back even farther, aiming to kill. They paused for a moment, and that was my chance. I let go, and the arrow flew out of the tree like a frightened bird, and hit its target dead in the heart...
    <p>
    ~~~~~~~~~~~
    <p>
    I smiled as I walked down the hall, my teal dress flowing behind me. I adjusted my silver crown, and took Gabriel's hand. He smiled and kissed me on the forehead, blue eyes beaming.

    <p>
    He had become king after his father died; "A stray arrow..." they said when they told how it happened. Gabriel was heir to the throne, and is now king over both Magina and Staland.
    <p>
    "I wouldn't rather have anybody else be my queen," he whispered as he lifted his lips away. His hand rubbed my belly, where a tiny bump was forming from our baby due next year. I smiled. "And I wouldny rather be anybody elses queen," I said as i kissed him back. We came to doors, and theh were opened. We smiled, and walked into our coronation together...
    <p>
    THE END ~ Gwen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    In the Heart of the Dragon by Nova, pt 2

    "My name is Snowtronz, what is yours?" He asked before gliding away. <br> <br> Flameala was about to respond, but the dragon flew away to quickly. She had a chance to kill him, but didn't. But couldn't. <br> She clenched her gas sacks and rubbed her iron teeth, sending an uncomfortable feeling through her throat as fire burst out, blazing down a swarm of darkness pixies. She flew forth, slashing at a shadow dragon's muzzle. The shadow dragon breathes his toxic plume of black gas on her and she blazes it in a fury of a blast, killing him using his own attack. <br> She then trekked onward toward a fire lion and shadow lion fighting. The fire lion whisked lava from his tail. The shadow lion dodged and hurled an eclipse sun at the fire lion, where he was sucked in and his soul remained on the plane of excistence, it had not been sent to the magic. <br> It is barbaric to do something like that. But, of course, Moonrar didn't care. <br> She flew on, coming up to Snowtronz. <br> "Oh, hello." He said while freezing a sun leapoard. <br> "Ugh. You again." She says, trying to offend him. <br> "Why thank you! I love compliments so much!" He knew her trick. "So, have you remembered your name." She hadn't forgotten. <br> "I'm Flameala," she snorted, flying away into the blaze of flame and frost and shadow and light. <br> <br> LATER... <br> <br> She flew into Magma City, preparing to land. A black dragon burst out of the landing post and shoved her into a large black bag. He pulled her into the landing post, in an underground tunnel. Snowtronz looked at her. <br> "Sorry, Flameala." He said, but she did not trust him. <br> She shot him a look of hatred. <br> "We need you to rule all the kingdoms." Said the black dragon evilly. <br> "And you need to mate with Snowtronz, him." Said a dragon of her own kind, pointing at the icy snow dragon. <br> "Yeup." He said, coming closer. "A little privacy?" Flameala's scales heated up to burning. Even with true love, a forced mate is lawbreaking. They would have to be able to keep her captive if he did this to her. Her scales now started to build up small fires. The other dragons left the room. <br> Snowtronz nudged closer and secured the latch on her mouth, she could not blast his face off with fire. He pinned her down. Now her scales were burning, but he was growing icicle armor across his. She could not manage enough energy to throw him off, without a unicorn to aid her. She looked around for the glistening of a unicorn, there would have to be one, because dragons cannot survive without them. <br> There it was. The silvery mane lifted up and sensed her need. <br> "Tut, tut. Silvyr, no." Snowtronz hissed. Unicorns were often kept as personal pets to dragons, but Flameala believed sentient creatures alike should live in harmony. She hissed through the hinge and tried to push him off, going unconscious from energy loss. <br> <br> THE NEXT DAY... <br> <br> She was in a prison of darkness, surrounded by a void, sucking out her life, her soul, her spirit, her world. She was violated and will be imprisoned, nevermore. That is how it all works, if any of the tribes report a forcemating, the king of the tribe will personally kill them in public. So the violater(s) must keep her locked up forever. Nevermore. <br> She then remembered her companion, Evermore. He was her unicorn. She sent out despret cries for Evermore. <br> Unicorns and dragons have a telepathitic conection. <br> Her awnser was: *Where?*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    Love's Battle Part 2 by Gwendolyn

    The cold autumn breeze buffeted the soldiers in their silver jumpsuits lining the field, waiting for their opponent to dare show their faces. Each had a weapon, some staffs, others bows and arrows, maces, and swords as well. In the middle stands Gabriel, his blue eyes scanning the field, staff in hand. I am position right behind him, bow drawn and arrows ready, and Sam is to my left, nunchucks in hand. And behind us, the whole army of Magina, each warrior specializing in one type of battle. I am tense, heart racing, as I look for the black formation that should be across from us; the Staland clan colour is black while ours is silver.
    <p>
    I scan the field, looking for movement where none can be found. Not even the birds dare to fly in these winds. My cheeks are chapping when I notice a rustle in a tree not far off. Gabriel nods, and I silently lift my bow and draw the string and arrow back. My two fingers release the string, and the arrow flies by Gabriel's head and right into the spot where the rustle occurred. I wait...
    <p>
    One...
    <p>
    Two...<p>
    Three and a black mass falls from the tree where my arrow dissapeared. I never miss. I quickly take another arrow from my sheath and reload as a battle cry erupts from the far side of the field. Gabriel motions for all of us to stand and points his staff in their direction. "Attack!" He yells, and we are now like a lion on the prowl, running towards it's prey so that we might demolish it. Black figures begin to advance towards us, and I fire my arrow at a young man in a black jumpsuit, hitting him right between his green eyes. The battle field is now a flurry of black and silver colliding, and I yank my arrow from the mans head, and quickly turn around, gouging an older blonde haired woman holding a knife in the thigh, and then yank her knife from her hand. With a swift movement, blood is pouring from her chest, and she keels over, likely to never rise again.
    <p>
    I then yank the arrow out of her and draw it again, hitting a pale brown haired man who was overpowering Sam. Sam nods in his gratitude and turns around, striking two well built soldiers with his nunchucks. I see Gabriel fighting off three men to my right, and my heart swells at what I must do.
    <p>
    In the next instant im on the ground, caught off guard by a scrawny red haired girl with a sword. The hungry gleam in her eyes shows no mercy, and like the rest of us, she was trained to kill or be killed. Her sword is thrust down on me, only to be blocked by an arrow I had swiftly grabbed from my sheath. I shove her upwards, knocking her off balance, and kick her over while getting up. I take her sword and hold it over my head, and bring it down upon her. I quickly grab the bow that I had dropped and my arrows and fired one at a big man with a staff advancing towards me. Behind him was a young boy, no older than 14, holding a club, fear in his eyes. My heart broke as I drew my arrow and shot him. I turned so I wouldnt watch him fall, a tear running down my cheek. I looked up and saw Gabriel. This has to end. I have to do it now.
    <p>
    I step over bodies in silver and bodies in black, all one, all dead now, and make sure he is fighting and he can't see what I am about to do. I draw my arrow and aim for his heart, following it until he stops moving. As I go to release, something hits me hard in my head, and the arrow fires, hitting the ground beside him as my world went black...
    <p>
    Part three will come out in a bit:) ~ Gwendolyn

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    Ash

    Help i need help please *crawls in shot in the shoulder stabed in the stomach and bursed everywhere*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2014

    &#9363

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2014

    S

    Falls asleep((really tired gnight. Love ya.))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2014

    Margaret

    Whoa not in my hospital youre not!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2014

    Jack

    Stops. Teleports us to mir.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2014

    Kacy

    Goes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    Julian

    I really never knew her but im still gonna be here p.s.who did this to her ill track im down

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    Seirra

    "Oh...."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    Maria

    Fridgets and holds her necklace and wipes her tears

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2014

    S

    Walks out with her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2014

    Ashley

    Walks in

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2014

    Doctor

    She will live

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2014

    Sabella

    She stands up

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