10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DOC.»
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After the burned body of mixed-blood boy Johnnie Sanders is discovered in 1878 Dodge City, Kansas, part-time policeman Wyatt Earp enlists the help of his professional-gambler friend Doc Holliday, in a novel that also features Doc's ...
Humour leavens this drama of a father and daughter's struggle to love, to forgive, and to understand in order to go on. Doc was first produced in 1984 at Theatre Calgary and has since been produced widely elsewhere.
In a stunningly original mix of poetry, drama, and narrative, Anne Carson brings the red-winged Geryon from Autobiography of Red, now called "G," into manhood, and through the complex labyrinths of the modern age.
: True Tales of Mishaps, Emergencies, and Miracles from a ...
After a two year stint at t he Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, Losee returned to Montana to begin the pioneering work that gained him an international reputation.
": The Rape of the Town of Lovell
Recounts the criminal activities of Dr. John Story, a man who used both his authority and the intimidation of his patients to sexually abuse a large percentage of a small town's women
: Then and Now with a Montana Physician
He returns to Montana a specialist, and so begins the orthopaedic work that gains him, in his middle years, international recognition as a pioneer and important contributor to the understanding of the "trick" knee, and developer of an early ...
: Memories from a Life in Public Service
With the support of his parents, siblings, teachers, and friends, he pursued a dream of becoming a family physician. This book is Otis Bowen's recollection of his hard work and continuous sacrifice to finance his way though medical school.
Otis R. Bowen, William Du Bois, 2000
A Knight in Sticky Armor (Disney Junior: Doc
Doc McStuffins and her toys receive a visit from Sir Kirby, a toy who yearns to be fixed by Doc and become the knight he once was.
: The Story of a Birmingham Jazz Man
Doc is the autobiography of jazz elder statesman Frank “Doc” Adams, highlighting his role in Birmingham, Alabama’s, historic jazz scene and tracing his personal adventure that parallels, in many ways, the story and spirit of jazz ...
Frank Adams, Burgin Mathews, 2012
: The Rise and Rise of Julius Erving
This book tells Dr. J's amazing story, following his basketball journey from his Long Island childhood to the street games of New York City to a college career as his skills, reputation, and character grew.