Dr. Grass  by Grania Davis audiobook

Dr. Grass

By Grania Davis
Directed by Claire Bloom
Read by Stefan Rudnicki

Skyboat Media 9780380018727
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An MD as outrageous as your doctor’s bill Ernie Spiegelglass gets high, gets involved, and is about to complete his residency … he hopes. Brash, brilliant, and often profane, Ernie (alias Doc Sparrowgrass) enters the world of a San Francisco clinic and turns the entire place upside down with his riotous romances and his own unique style—which includes treating patients like people. The medical establishment is turned off to his idea of medicine—from the heart, not by the book—but Ernie can’t turn his back on anyone who comes to him for help, even if it means jeopardizing his career. Dr. Grass is a funny, honest, poignant book about a refugee from the 1960’s growing up and not selling out in the 1970’s.

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Summary

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An MD as outrageous as your doctor’s bill

Ernie Spiegelglass gets high, gets involved, and is about to complete his residency … he hopes.

Brash, brilliant, and often profane, Ernie (alias Doc Sparrowgrass) enters the world of a San Francisco clinic and turns the entire place upside down with his riotous romances and his own unique style—which includes treating patients like people. The medical establishment is turned off to his idea of medicine—from the heart, not by the book—but Ernie can’t turn his back on anyone who comes to him for help, even if it means jeopardizing his career.

Dr. Grass is a funny, honest, poignant book about a refugee from the 1960’s growing up and not selling out in the 1970’s.

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Author Bio: Grania Davis

Author Bio: Grania Davis

Grania Davis (1943–2017), an author and editor, wrote The Rainbow Annals, The Great Perpendicular Path, and Moonbird. She was married to author Avram Davidson from 1962 to 1964 and collaborated with him on several works. After Davidson’s death in 1993, Davis coedited collections of his stories, including The Avram Davidson Treasury (with Robert Silverberg), which won the 1999 Locus Award for best collection.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Humor
Runtime: 6.58
Audience: Adult
Language: English