Barbara Ehrenreich Writing Styles in Witches, Midwives, and Nurses

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Structure

Witches, Midwives, and Nurse, is divided into two main chapters reflecting the two main subjects of discussion. These two subjects are placed in chronological order, focusing first on medieval witch trials in Europe and second on the professionalization of medicine in nineteenth and early twentieth century America. As such, the book's two chapters are divided and structured according to both time and place. This makes the historical narrative easy to follow and highlights both the similarities and differences between the two periods and places. To further encourage ease of reading, each chapter is divided into subsections, indicated by topical headings. This allows the reader to clearly navigate the various sub-periods and topics within the broader chapter subjects.

The second edition of Witches, Midwives, and Nurses importantly features two introductions in addition to a conclusion. The first introduction that appears in the book is a new introduction, written...

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