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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Section 10 Summary

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Part 2, Section 10 Summary

Daisy quickly learns the routines as a Nurse Probationer at the Blackfriars Hospital: windows facing the world open an inch and a half and the windows opposite are open 6 inches; apoplectics are to be placed on their faces and abdominal cases on their backs. She is physically self confident before and becomes even more so. However, when Dr. Sage asks her whether she drank beef tea as a child, she makes the mistake of answering him.

Part 2, Section 10 Analysis

At Blackfriars Hospital, medicine consists of leeches and lozenges. Blackfriars Hospital compounds its own medicines. Daisy, a strong and capable young woman, is equal to the task.

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