What is Mem Gowdie's view of the barber-surgeon in Year of Wonders?

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What is Mem Gowdie's view of the barber-surgeon in Year of Wonders?

Historical Fiction:

Historical fiction is a literary genre that reconstructs the past through the use of precise details. Historical fiction novels are based on real historic events; however, the story and the characters can be fictitious. An example of historical fiction is the plague novel, Year of Wonders.

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In the novel Year of Wonders Mem Gowdie is a herbal healer and midwife who uses traditional methods to cure her patients. She views the barber-surgeon...

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