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    (i.e. earth) beneath the singing nightingale (citation). This interpretation of the poem becomes even more apparent when it is considered that at least part of Keats’ poem has its origins in a twenty-line section from The Pleasures of Melancholy (citation), by Thomas Warton - the same section even contains the line: “Is there a pleasure like the pensive mood / Whose magic wont to sooth your soften 'd souls?” (citation). This form of introspective, soul-searching beauty is the crux of the poem, from the undying immortality of the Nightingale 's song to the ultimate end of the poem, where the narrator asks himself whether or not his encounter with the fantastic bird was real or merely a flight of fancy (citation). While the answer to that question is beyond the scope of this paper, the fact the poem poses the question is entirely within it - in fact, the question is demonstrative of the entire message of the poem. Rather than waxing upon the beauty of the nightingale (which instead remains mysterious, elusive, and then vanishes), or the tree under which the narrator sits - instead, the narrator concentrates the nightingale 's song - and the song is not beautiful, but rather haunting. Going further, in The Evolution of Keats’ Poetry, by Claude…

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    I am Florence Nightingale. I was born on May 12th, 1820 in Florence, Italy. My parents were inspired by the city to name me. My parents are William and Frances Nightingale. My father was a wealthy landowner and owned three estates. My mother was a British socialite known for her beauty. I am the youngest of the two daughters and also less important, according to my parents.1 My sister, Parthenope, and I were complete opposites.2 My sister and I were raised to be very social since our family was…

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    Florence Nightingale pushed the government to make changes to better soldiers health in hospitals. Not only did she push for this reform during the Crimean War, but after too. Nightingale became well known for her work in helping sick and wounded soldiers in the war. How she essentially founded nursing and set an example for the rest of the years to follow. She spent her nights caring for soldiers, giving her the name “Lady with a Lamp.” Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy on the night of…

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    Assess Florence Nightingale’s Contributions to Nursing and Medicine Florence Nightingale brought a number of momentous contributions to the profession of nursing and medicine. Nightingale initiated the use of statistical evidence, which was vital in discovering the reasons for high death rates and making educated decisions in order to improve hospital maintenance. She made a huge effort in developing healthcare environments by focusing on hygiene- decreasing the spread of disease and reducing…

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    Florence Nightingale was a pioneer of nursing, leading a brave crusade of women to tend to the ill during a dangerous time in war. Nursing has been a long part of history even before it was founded by Florence Nightingale. Woman has been performing nursing practices for thousands of years. As with the roles that women play back in 1800, nursing is no different in those times as with women of today's society using traditional care giving that takes place in the comfort of one's own home. In…

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    Influenced by TV shows, magazine cover stories, and newspaper front pages, many people take money as the only way to decide whether a person is successful or not. However, apart from money, the contribution to the society should also be an indispensable factor. The selfless help Florence Nightingale and Mother Teresa offer to those in need best demonstrates this. Florence Nightingale, dubbed as “The Lady with the Lamp” was a renowned nurse for the pioneering nursing work in the Crimean War.…

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    I really enjoyed reading this article and learning about the accomplishments Nightingale made. It made me open my eyes and realize how there are other aspects to nursing that are important. Now in the present day we do not really pay attention to whether a nurse has medical knowledge or if a medical room is sanitary enough because these are things that should be obviously done and we know they wouldn’t have a profession if they weren’t accredited. In the sections I read she mentioned the…

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    Florence Nightingale is a leader who had greatly contributed to the nursing profession. For many years she has inspired and changed the view of nursing in the medical science world by using her intellectual skills she had acquired throughout training to care for the sick. Her passion and dedication to care for others taught nurses all over the world that nursing is a calling and it’s not for everyone. Without compassion, empathy and patience, a nurse in uniform will not be able to perform…

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    Florence Nightingale, also known as the “Lady with the Lamp”, is considered the founder of modern nursing. Her achievements have set the precedence of nursing for years to come. Nightingale was born on May 12th, 1820 in Florence, Italy to wealthy English parents. As a child, she was taught history, literature, mathematics, and philosophy by her father. At an early age, she would minister to the poor and ill people in the neighboring village of the family 's home. At 24, she felt that nursing was…

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    Florence nightingale was born on May 12, 1820. Born in Florence, Italy. She was born into a wealthy British family who was part of the elite social circles in Britain. Florence’s mother was a lady by the name of Frances nightingale. She came from a family of merchants yet enjoyed socializing with people of a higher social standard. Although her mother was a very social person, Florence, herself was known to be quite anti-social. Described as an awkward individual in social settings. She was far…

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