Lytton Stracheys view of Florence Nightingale

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Then, Lytton Strachey suddenly shifts to heart-wrenching questions pouring from her very soul. This change in speaker also unexpectedly shifts the tone to one of disbelief. Coming back to the tone at the beginning of the passage, Strachey once again describes Florence as an powerful girl, overcoming all odds and succeeding at what she wanted most - to be a nurse: "...
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He made clear Nightingale was not the delicate ''Lady With the Lamp'' of Victorian legend but a medical pioneer who was both ''fierce and passionate.'' Part of her fierceness is what turned him off of her. It was as though she was taking on a males job because of her dedication and persistence, "A demon possessed her...
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