Kaleidoscope in "K"

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Kaleidoscope in "K"
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1939 German book cover
Author A. J. Cronin
Country  United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Short story
Publisher Zsolnay  Germany
Publication date
1939
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)

Kaleidoscope in "K" is a short story by author A. J. Cronin, initially published in 1933 in Cosmopolitan magazine. All of the action unfolds within twelve hours in a London hospital, and the story centers around the conflict between a young surgeon, Dr. Barclay, and the hospital chief, Dr. Selby. A subplot is the rivalry between Barclay and a playboy physician, Dr. Preston, as they vie for the attentions of Miss Fanshawe, an attractive nurse. The story comes to a tense climax as Barclay prepares for a delicate brain operation, a revolutionary procedure to which Selby is opposed. The story was also printed in book form by various publishers, and it was also adapted into a 1934 film, Once to Every Woman.








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