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A Review of Clara Barton and the American Red Cross, by Eve Marko

Summary: A scholarly review of "Clara Barton" by Eve Marko. Discusses the life of the founder of the American Red Cross and details major events which shaped her life.
In "Clara Barton and the American Red Cross" Eve Marko does an excellent job at dealing with the issues of Clara Barton's life, and how she was a founding member in the Red Cross. Eve Marko creates a great theme with good style so she can give the reader a real feel for the events and draw sympathy and emotion from the reader. The issues dealt with are about the difficulties, triumphs, and tragedies that Clara Barton had to face as a child, women, and leader. The illustrations also add a creative element and style to the story as well as help create visual images of how great of a person Clara Barton was.

The first issue the author deals with is the upbringing and childhood of Clara Barton. Eve Marko deals with how Clara had a caring family, and an especially loving and influential brother, David Barton...

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