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Louisa May Alcott, Hospital Sketches: An Army Nurse's True Account of her Experience during the Civil War. 4 0 Browse Search
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when I brought one, regarded his swollen face with a dolorous expression, as he muttered- I vow to gosh, that's too bad I warn't a bad looking chap before, and now I'm done for; won't there be a thunderin‘ scar? and what on earth will Josephine Skinner say? He looked up at me with his one eye so appealingly, that I controlled my risibles, and assured him that if Josephine was a girl of sense, she would admire the honorable scar, as a lasting proof that he had faced the enemy, for all women thought a wound the best decoration a brave soldier could wear. I hope Miss Skinner verified the good opinion I so rashly expressed of her, but I shall never know. The next scrubbee was a nice-looking lad, with a curly brown mane, honest blue eyes, and a merry mouth. He lay on a bed, with one leg gone, and the right arm so shattered that it must evidently follow: yet the little sergeant was as merry as if his afflictions were not worth lamenting over; and when a drop or two of salt w