The works cited here were studied not only as historical sources but also as objects for analysis of the discursive registers they reveal. First, the analysis paid attention to how Semmelweis was portrayed in these sources and how his emotions were evaluated in these works. Second, the analysis was interested in the portrayal of midwives, women, female bodies and the medical profession in general.
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