DAVEY LOGAN, INTERNE by Henry Gragor Felemea

DAVEY LOGAN, INTERNE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A warm hearted career story by the author of the Bertie books. The plot follows the familiar pattern of a young doctor's progress form an impersonal technician to a humble humanitarian with a mission in life. Davey Logan, a country boy, had a stubborn set to his jaw, a quick temper and a aloofness which did not win him friends. In his work as interne, however, and his contact with people who depend on him, Devey remembers the advice he had had from an older doctor to be interested in his patients in hiss patients as human beings rather than as ""cases' and returns to the country where he is so urgently needed. A little romance, some horseplay and a good story make this pleasant reading for this age, and the medical detail is unobtrusive but accurate. Good career book.

Pub Date: March 2nd, 1950
Publisher: Dutton