QCM en biochimie structurale by p.souetre

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Dinner, she paid the obligatory calls that gradually multiplied to vex the wives of Washington officials until Eleanor Roosevelt’s time. She reserved some mornings for visiting the poor. She frequented all sorts of social events. All this she accomplished despite the frequent illnesses and disabilities to which the lack of medical knowledge of the time condemned most people. She suffered from the bilious fever common in Washington those days, from whooping cough, from sudden deafness and toothache, and above all from a persistent eye ailment that at times caused her excruciating pain.

Sociable by nature, she made many friends for her more reclusive husband. She launched her young sisters into society, dressing them fashionably and arranging dance lessons for them. When John Adams began his term as president, the Madisons chose to leave their public life in Philadelphia and spent most of their time at Montpellier. In 1800 Thomas Jefferson’s election to the presidency changed their lives. Jefferson appointed Madison as his secretary of state. S. government, as the president’s guests.

C. indd 21 11/9/09 11:43:11 AM FURTHER R EADING Adams, John, and Abigail Adams. Letters of John and Abigail Adams: 1762-1826, intro. William J. Bennett. New York: Westvaco Corporation, 2001. Akers, Charles W. Abigail Adams: A Revolutionary American Woman, 3rd ed. New York: Pearson, Longman, 2007. Diggins, John Patrick. John Adams, series ed. Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. New York: Times Books, 2003. Gelles, Edith B. First Thoughts: Life and Letters of Abigail Adams. New York: Twayne, 1998. ———. Portia: The World of Abigail Adams.

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