Ebook
Dutch

De kinderen van het armenhuis

Jennifer Worth (author), Karin Pijl (translator), Lidy Pol (translator)
Het vervolg op de bestseller Haal de vroedvrouw! en de basis voor de tv-serie Call the Midwife Jennifer Worth (in de tv-serie `Call the Midwife Jenny Lee), die in de jaren vijftig vroedvrouw was in de East End van Londen, vertelt in dit vervolg op `Haal de vroedvrouw! nog meer verhalen over de mensen met wie ze te maken kreeg. Zoals Peggy en Frank, wier ouders binnen zes maanden na elkaar stierv
Title
De kinderen van het armenhuis
Author
Jennifer Worth
Translator
Karin Pijl Lidy Pol
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Shadows of the workhouse
Publisher
Amsterdam: Ambo|Anthos, 2014
1 digitaal bestand
Note
Vervolg op: Haal de vroedvrouw!
ISBN
9789047204480
CloudLibrary
3kvksz9

Other formats:

About Jennifer Worth

Jennifer Louise Worth RN RM (née Lee; 25 September 1935 – 31 May 2011) was a British memoirist. She wrote a best-selling trilogy about her work as a nurse and midwife practicing in the poverty-stricken East End of London in the 1950s: Call the Midwife, Shadows of the Workhouse and Farewell to The East End. A television series, Call the Midwife, based on her books, began broadcasting on BBC One on 15 January 2012. After leaving nursing, she re-trained as a musician.

Biography

Jennifer Louise Lee was born in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, on 25 September 1935, to Gordon and Elsie (née Gibbs) Lee. Worth was raised in Amersham, Buckinghamshire. She had a younger sister, Christine, and two younger paternal half-sisters. After leaving school at the age of 15 she learned shorthand and typing and became the secretary to the head of Dr Challoner's Grammar School. She then trained …Read more on Wikipedia

Suggestions