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by Elizabeth Kane

ePub Birth mother download
Author:
Elizabeth Kane
ISBN13:
978-0725105952
ISBN:
072510595X
Publisher:
Sun Books (1990)
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In 1980 Kane, a married mother of three, a contractual promise and became America's first surrogate mother. I remember so well this woman being on the Phil Donahue show after she had given birth.

In 1980 Kane, a married mother of three, a contractual promise and became America's first surrogate mother. Her diary-like narrative supposedly fulfills another pledge: to present a "story of determination to survive" the trauma of giving up her son. Instead, the author mainly offers an expurgated version of her pregnancy. She looked very messed up. I had a lot of trouble reading this book.

The ending is the frustration, however. A while after the birth, Elizabeth Kane, an ardent supporter of surrogacy becomes a staunch anti-surrogate proponent, eventually asking for it to be banned. She talks about how she was manipulated and deceived and how it destroyed her relationship with her husband.

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Kane (a pseudonym) thought so back in late 1979 after reading a news item about a Kentucky couple looking for .

Kane (a pseudonym) thought so back in late 1979 after reading a news item about a Kentucky couple looking for a surrogate mother. "I seemed to be filled with an almost insatiable hunger for this pregnancy. Her husband was appalled, her three children bewildered; but she persevered. Can a 37-year-old wife and mother from the Midwest find happiness in bearing a stranger's child and turning it over to him and his infertile wife? Kane (a pseudonym) thought so back in late 1979 after reading a news item about a Kentucky couple looking for a surrogate mother.

Elizabeth Dennistoun Wood Kane (12 May 1836 – 25 May 1909) was a British-American physician, writer, philanthropist, and women's rights activist. She was one of the first students to attend the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania. Her writing supported the part her husband, Thomas Kane, played in the lobbying efforts to prevent the Poland Bill from persecuting members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who were practicing plural marriage at the time.

America's first legal surrogate mother discusses the growing controversy over surrogacy, explaining how she reached the decision to become a surrogate in 1980 and why, seven years later, she has reversed her opinion to fight against the practice show more. Format Hardback 294 pages.

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Queen Elizabeth was the Queen consort of King George VI until his death in 1952, after which she was known as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother to avoid confusion with her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. She was popular with the public, earning the nickname "Smiling Duchess" because of her consistent indomitable spirit. She was of great moral support to the British public during WWII. The Queen Mother Elizabeth was born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon on August 4, 1900.

More than a week later Elizabeth Kane, the pseudonymous author of ''Birth Mother,'' an Illinois mother of three in her middle 30's, a.By January 1980 Ms. Kane was in contact with a lawyer and a doctor, both from Louisville

By January 1980 Ms. Kane was in contact with a lawyer and a doctor, both from Louisville. Would she want to become ''the surrogate mother for the couple mentioned in the article''? Soon enough her prophecy would be proved correct.