The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number by Gertrude Atherton audiobook

The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number

By Gertrude Atherton
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“The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number” tells the story of a doctor wrestling with the dilemma of allowing the drug-addicted wife of a close friend to die under his care, knowing that her passing would vastly improve the lives of his friend, their children, and the woman the husband would marry if his wife were gone.

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“The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number” tells the story of a doctor wrestling with the dilemma of allowing the drug-addicted wife of a close friend to die under his care, knowing that her passing would vastly improve the lives of his friend, their children, and the woman the husband would marry if his wife were gone.

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Author Bio: Gertrude Atherton

Author Bio: Gertrude Atherton

Gertrude Atherton (1857–1948) was an American writer whose novels and short stories are often compared to Henry James and Edith Wharton. Born in San Francisco, she eloped at the age of nineteen. Though her husband disapproved of her writing, she continued, and with his death in 1887, she pursued her writing career full time under the guidance of Ambrose Bierce. Considered one of the early feminists, she wrote sixty books and numerous short works.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 0.42
Audience: Adult
Language: English