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The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitaker

The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitaker

  • Title: The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitaker
  • Author: Cynthia C. DeFelice
  • ISBN: 9780374400149
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
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MACABRE CON IN CONNECTICUT OR SHOCKING REVELATION Did residents of New England actually practice a form of vampirism in the mid 19th century The conclusions drawn by individual readers will vary, but the hypothesis is both fascinating and chilling Newly orphaned and the only survivor of a family which was wiped out by tuberculosis known as Consumption Lucas Whittaker at 12 signs articles which apprentice him to a respected medical doctor in the community Lucas diligently learns the primitive med [...]

DeFelice, C 1996 The apprenticeship of lucas whitaker New York Farrar Straus Giroux.Lucas Whitaker s entire family has succumbed to consumption He has just buried the last family member he had Ready to leave the home that only brings him sorrow, he sets off through the countryside until he happens upon Doc Beecher, who is in need of an apprentice Doc Beecher teaches Lucas the ways of a country doctor in the mid 1800s, while his sister Mrs Bunce feeds, clothes, and expects chores of him While wor [...]

Twelve year old Lucas Whitaker is orphaned during 1849 when his parents and siblings die of consumption After his mother s death, Lucas leaves the family farm and wanders the countryside for two days Then, he sees a notice for a medical apprentice and is hired by Dr Beecher The families under the doctor s care are being decimated by consumption just as Lucas family was When the doctor sends Lucas to check on Sarah Stukeley, a young consumptive, Lucas finds the family getting ready to perform a c [...]

The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitaker, a novel of historical fiction set in 1849, tells the touching story of a 12 year old boy whose entire family is killed by consumption, known better as tuberculosis With no family left and unable to tend the farm alone, Lucas sets off, grief stricken, and serendipitously happens upon the house of Doc Beecher in a nearby town and becomes his apprentice Given the tragic frequency of tuberculosis at the time, Lucas is quickly reunited with the illness that ravag [...]

When Lucas Whitaker loses his entire family to tuberculosis, otherwise known as consumption, he begins to wander He finds himself at the house of Dr Beecher who takes him on as his apprentice Lucas begins to learn about the ins and outs of medicine But before Lucas left his hometown a neighbor told him of a remedy for the consumption that was rampant in Connecticut at the time There was a superstitious belief that if a family dug up the body of the first family member to die of the disease it wo [...]

A review from my old blogThe title of this book does not give away anything of the true message theme of the book I almost appreciate that because I have to suspend any previous notions I may have about a particular subject.I learned a great deal about at least one superstition that surrounded the spread of disease, in this case consumption or what is known today as tuberculosis The doctor that Lucas Whitaker was apprenticed too stood on the cusp of change for the medical profession, one that ma [...]

Excellent example of historical fiction for kids at its best Lucas loses his whole family to consumption and is left on his own feeling guilty that he has not done everything to save his mother Superstition abounds as science begins to inform medicine and culture This is a wonderful read for 4th graders and up It would make a great book club discussion book Too bad it s not readily available I found it on my shelf at home and decided to finally read it I should have done so a long time ago It s [...]

1849 Southwick, CT 12 year old Lucas is left all alone after the rest of his family dies from TB He abandons the farm and takes a job as an apprentice to a Doc Beecher Lucas finds that he has a gift for putting people at ease and enjoys learning from Doc Then Lucas hears people talking about how some believe that TB is caused by the spirits of the dead haunting the remaining members of the family and sucking their life force Lucas is torn between this belief and the supposed cure for it and Doc [...]

I read this book for a Children s Literature class that I am taking from our Community College Cynthia DeFelice was the Library teacher at the school where I work when Matt and Dan were in elementary school here She has published several picture books and novels for young adults I will be doing a paper and presentation on her writing for my final project This book deals with a folk remedy for consumption that was practiced in New England in the late 1880 s involving digging up the dead The story [...]

This book is based on historical facts about the different ideas people had back then about the diseases and conditions people suffered Lucas looses all his family to consumption and so he strikes out on his own and soon finds himself becoming the apprentice to a local doctor Lucas soon learns that what people hear as remedies can sometimes be simply last hopes for their suffering loved ones A great read for anyone interested in historical medicine or times Ideal for pre teen and teenage readers [...]

Great historical novel, especially if you are teaching about the late 1800 s in the U.S during the tuberculosis epidemic Lucas is a fresh, honest and honorable young narrator who represents the country s shift from superstition to scientific awareness I think kids who would normally turn up their noses at historical fiction might be won over There s enough gruesome and fascinating experiences to grab their attention, and they ll surely learn and grapple with some interesting dilemmas throughout [...]

I had to read this book for a science project It wasnt horrible but it was pretty boring It did teach you alot though So I would recomend this book to someone who needs a science report book, or needs a scientific book to read.

This book is amazing dating back to the 1860 s, Lucas and the doctor go around town, trying to save those from consumption tuberculosis before it is too late Once i started reading, i couldn t put it down.

this was a great book that had an excelent message to it when his family died i thought that would be the end of him to i was sure that the cure wouldn t work and it turns out it doesn t but i learned that disease can never be underestimated.

I read this book for a teachers book club I thought it was a nice historical fiction piece The author does a good job of drawing the reader into the story It s also not too long, which might appeal to some students I would recommend it to middle school and above.

This was interesting for its depiction of science versus superstition in the treatment of tuberculosis in the mid 1800s Author is from central New York State.

A terrific book for junior high students combining elements of science, history and superstition I use this book yearly for literature circles.

I know I read it in the 7th grade, and I remember liking it.

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Cool cool cool I miss this I miss reading this kind of books Cool Haha My version of waxing poetic.

My son read this for a school assignment and I thought it looked interesting A quick and easy read for an adult A great story too I enjoyed it

This is a children s book but the topic was so curious I took it home and read it It s about an alternate cure to TB that involved some macabre practices.d on true stories.

This book was ok I enjoyed some parts but I really did ont enjoy the gorry parts that involved cutting teeth and or legs GROSS I did enjoy the end though mostly

I hated this book It was terrible Dont read it.

Interesting look at medical knowledge 150 years ago Nicely told story.

Apprentice to a doctor must overcome superstitions to save lives, see scientifically.


Along the lines of Karen Cushman stories.

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