GRAND RECUEIL des chansons et textes de salles de gardeSubject: History. By: Docteur Pierre-Louis Choukroun
Being part of the French national folklore and History, the french staff room (‘salle de garde’) song is unique and has a special charm different from bawdy song. Mythical space at the hospital where the medical team (doctors and nurses) lives and faces night and day physical suffering, poverty, diseases and death, the staff room is managed by the Bursar, an important character with an absolute power, elected by his peers, occupying in the dining room, the majestic armchair, down from which he can tax the one who breaks the Regulation.Everything is allowed there, without the slightest taboo. House physician can make with complete impunity satires of doctors, partners, nurses and supervisors. They can also parody their life at the hospital but also women of easy virtue, responsable for crab louses or pox. This book is dedicated to futur doctors and students of any disciplines (including chemistery) in charge of immortalizing french coutume. It is also dedicated to curious public and historians. André Patlajean was formerly political draftsman for several newspapers.
Title: GRAND RECUEIL des chansons et textes de salles de garde
Release date: 17/10/2013
Page number: 272
Format: 17 x 22