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He accused Miule of using foul language, provoking scenes, and threatening to break all the windows.

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His answer was for her to receive medical attention where prostitutes were formerly treated—in the local jail. The police chief declined and, instead, had her sent to the hospital in the nearby town of Iamburg. It, however, was full. Asked Narva's police chief, what was to be done? Troubled by frequent disturbances among resident prostitutes, the district hospital administration in Voronezh in affirmed the necessity of separating them from the rest of the venereal patients.

The report characterized the prostitutes as having "lost their shame, conscience. The second incident was described in Vrach, no. Ina Siberian daily reported that ten prostitutes in a Tomsk hospital had gotten drunk on vodka and created a row that necessitated police intervention.

Sibirskii vestnik November 9,cited in Vrach, no. On one hand, they may have originated in personal slights and insults, sexual jealousies, and other private conflicts. According to Bentovin, brothel prostitutes and odinochki were natural rivals in this setting. Furthermore, prostitutes were acutely conscious of their economic standing and this too could lead to problems. Differences of affluence and status, obvious even among the hospital's standard issue gray gowns, evidently took their toll.

The wealthier prostitutes interned in Kalinkin managed to dress up their drab uniforms with fine lingerie, lace, bows, and boots with French heels; in their coarse hospital underwear and hand-sewn skirts, the poorer prostitutes provided a sharp contrast.

An inmate in Kalinkin asked the medical assistant fel'dsheritsaTat'iana Baar, a "big favor"—"whether you have some kind of work for Mania and me, or some kind of book to look at.

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Zinaida El'tsina, Baar launched a program whereby inmates could earn money by sewing hospital gowns. InKalinkin's resident charitable society provided more than books and journals to the hospital and sent a priest to the prostitutes' ward to read aloud from moral and religious selections.

According to the society's annual report, the women listened "with thrilled interest.

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Walkowitz, Prostitution and Victorian Society, p. October 13, —October 23,p. Yet an Odessa professor attributed the unusual calm in Minsk to Gratsianov's success in supplying the inmates with distractions and making sure they were treated humanely.

Prince Sergei Volkonskii reported to his international audience at the London Congress on the White Slave Traffic that attempts to "rescue" fallen women at Kalinkin Hospital had been "paralysed by the influence of the majority of the sick prostitutes who often hinder those who wish to return to a proper mode of life by making fun of them. That left them with the sole distraction of biblical readings by a local priest.

Activities like sewing and laundering hospital gowns must have reminded many of the thankless jobs they had abandoned when they turned to prostitution. Prince Volkonskii endorsed work programs because, "besides putting an end to the idleness that hitherto reigned supreme in the hospital, [they] can give the convalescents the opportunity of earning some small amount of money with which to begin a life of honest labor.

Eduard Shperk assumed command of Kalinkin Hospital inthe staff routinely meted out harsh punishments to uncooperative prostitutes. Both medical and nonmedical personnel had the authority to discipline prostitutes by withholding their food, taking away their [] Chagin, "Otchet po Nizhegorodskoi iarmarochnoi zhenskoi bol'nitse," p.

Khlopina otnositel'no zhelatel'noi reorganizatsii nadzora za prostitutsiei v g. Odesse," Izvestiia Odesskoi gorodskoi dumy, no.

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The same author confessed that the hospital's history was fraught with "many cases of violations of order, disorderly conduct, escapes, and the like. Shperk's policy of treating the prostitute-patients with respect is said to have succeeded in establishing amicable relations between them and Kalinkin's staff.

Thus they can be seen in the broad context of the substitution of discipline for punishment throughout nineteenth-century Europe. Kinder treatment for those incarcerated in prisons, psychiatric institutions, and hospitals furthered the social agendas of reformers who defined certain groups as deviant. In regard to prostitution in Victorian England, Judith Walkowitz has characterized this phenomenon as the "replacement of visible forms of restraint with the bonds of obligation and personal attachment to figures of authority.

Gratsianov was so confident of the good behavior of Minsk's syphilitic prostitutes that he could boast of living with his family on hospital grounds. Whoever has not known the pleasures of open stacks This book was a mixed bag for me - like a lot of essay collections I think I would have enjoyed it more as a newspaper weekly series than read together.

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This is partly because White is, I think it's fair to say, snobby, name-droppy 'We were friends with Peggy Guggenheim. It's also because he repeats himself. I really liked the bits where he talked about things I know little or nothing about - s and 60s gay life, literature and the influence of Japanese, Russian and French books. The bits where he tried to talk about more recent books just came off as fawning to me or in the case of his one line description of the plot of Half of a Yellow Sunjust Plain Wrongand someone should have told him that a chapter bemoaning his unappreciated husband's writing or his husband's unappreciated writing?

Worth it for the lit crit, I think, but probably one to dip in and out of on the kindle rather than loan from the library and read in one go. I like to read great books not because I'm hoping to imitate them but because I want to remind myself how good you have to be to be any good at all.

We won't be read in the light of other writers in our zip code or decade but as we compare to Proust, Joyce, and Nabakov. History has set the bar very high, and one must jump over it, not do the limbo under it.

I was disappointed in the volume as a whole, while really enjoying some chapters. I like the final quote, but I know what you mean about a book collection that was originally a column in a newspaper.

Returning a king for his inauguration wearing a penguin skin hat, Leonidas sees Margo Carmen Electra erotically dancing and asks her to marry him, to which she responds by giving him the combination to her armor-plated chastity belt. Years later, Leonidas is training his son when Captain Kevin Sorbo informs him that a Persian messenger has arrived.

Accompanied by the Spartan politician Traitoro, the messenger presents Xerxes ' demands for Sparta's submission. After growing angry with both the messenger's disrespect and finding him making out with his wife, Leonidas kicks him into a pit. Despite Traitoro's advice that the messenger's guards are now needed to convey the actual message, Leonidas kicks them in as well, along with several other people he simply dislikes, such as Britney Spears Nicole ParkerRyan Seacrestand the American Idol ju dg es.

Resolving to face the PersiansLeonidas visits the prophets and gives them medicines such as Neutrogena as their prize for their consultation. They advise him that he should consult the Oracle for any advice. The Oracle, Ugly Bettyreveals that Leonidas will die should he go to war. After reaching a decision while spending the night with his wife, Leonidas meets the soldiers assembled for his departure to Thermopylaeand finds that only thirteen were accepted in the army due to stringent requirements.

Among them are Captain, his son Sonio, and a slightly unfit Spartan named Dilio. Once at the Hot Gates, they encounter a deformed Paris Hilton also played by Parkerwho tells Leonidas and the Captain about a secret goat path above the Hot Gates that Xerxes could use to outflank the Spartans.