Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Crime Of Passion By Barbara Hu :: Barbara Hu Crime Of Passion
The essay A Crime of Compassion was pen by Barbara Huttmann. A story of love, dedication, moral values, and a nurse who love her job and her patients very dearly. One of her patients was a young guard incumbent who had been diagnosed with lung pubic louse. Within six months m, he had lost his youth, two of his five senses and his astronomic businessman to do anything for himself. He had stopped brisk numerous times, and each time he was resuscitated. Eventually the pain became unbearable and he begged for God to set out him. Being resuscitated wasnt what he cute anymore, he wanted to die. This nurse with so much love and so much noesis relieved him of his pain and let him die. The public and the hospital then scolded her. She was tagged a murderer.The authors use of description was very precise and very real. Reading this essay was like watching it on television. any sentence was described with so much depth there was no need to imagine the scenery or the excitement of the hospital. The healthy police officer was described as a young, witty macho cop with thirty-two pounds of attack equipment. When reading this, the vision of a man in a blue uniform with his gun and walkie-talkie enters the mind. When the man had been diagnosed with lung cancer he was described as a sixty pound design world kept alive by liquid food poured spile a tube. The code blues were described horrifically. He stopped breathing two to three times a day, and every time he stopped he was resuscitated. The nurses stayed to wipe away the saliva that drooled from his mouth, irrigate the big craters of bedsores that covered his hips, suction the lung fluids that threatened to drown him, clean the feces that burned-over his skin He was going through an agonizing ordeal, and he was being kept alive unnaturally. The pain he was enduring was far overly much for any human or any animal to sustain.