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I have recently read the story The First Women Doctor It is about Elizabeth Blackwell the first female to earn a medical degree It took her many years and determination but finally all of her hard work paid off and she got that degree I will try to explain to you what the story is aboutThe main character in this story is Elizabeth Blackwell Her family played a great role in her life She was born in Britain but moved to the United States then back to Britain She was twenty-eight when she became an official MD Elizabeth faced many troubles in her life and she almost gave up But her father taught her to be strong and that if she tried her best she could receive everything in life that she wantedThe story starts off in Britain where the Blackwell family lives Mr Blackwell owns a sugar factory which is doing very well The family is in the upper class of their town but they are also one of the nicest Back when Elizabeth was growing up it was thought to be useless to educate a female but Mr Blackwell felt different He had all of his seven children very well educated So as you can see Elizabeth grew up in a very healthy environmentAlthough her life seems perfect disaster is just around the corner Riots are starting to burn governmental buildings in her town Mr Blackwell doesnt agree with these people and he tries to stop them After a while the people got mad at him she they burned his factory Only half of the factory survived but there wasnt enough left for it to begin work again After great thought they decided to move to America where they hope to start a new lifeAll throughout the world America was thought to be the best place even though it wasnt And the Blackwells soon found that out in New York City They tried
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