Pale Rider

Author: Laura Spinney
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473523923
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And yet, in our popular conception it exists largely as a footnote to World War I. In Pale Rider, Laura Spinney recounts the story of an overlooked pandemic, tracing it from Alaska to Brazil, from Persia to Spain, and from South Africa to ...

The Spanish Influenza Pandemic Of 1918 1919

Author: Maria Porras-Gallo
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1580464963
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In 1926, when Woolf published the essay, the world certainly had changed, but
her focus here is not on how disease changes the world but rather on how it
changes the mind's grasp of the world. ... 14 It was likely the freedom of modernist
prose as Woolf developed it, though—where narration tracks subjective, internal
reality—that made possible the one firsthand literary account we do have of a
patient's experience of pandemic flu, the novella Pale Horse, Pale Rider by
Katherine ...

Author: Laurent Binet
ISBN: 9786169205265
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Author: Stephenie Meyer
ISBN: 9786167409009
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เรื่องราวในเล่มเป็นเรื่องราวของ "Bree Tanner" แวมไพร์เกิดใหม่ (เกิดตอนใกล้ๆ จบ Eclipse คราสสยุมพร) ...

The Return Of The Spanish Lady

Author: Alain Normand
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1467824488
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In book one of the Lakedge Disaster Series, Josh Stuart is a family man with firm principles and strong values.


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Lastly, it did not kill any famous people, unlike illnesses that primarily affect the
very young and the very old, the average age of death of flu victims was 33, an
age at which many were too young to be in prominent or powerful positions. ...
America's Forgotten Pandemic, first published in 1976 as Epidemic and Peace,
1918 (Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press), was supported by an NIH fellowship
from the National Library of Medicine. It ... from Spanish influenza in 1918-1919

Influenza 1918

Author: Lynette Iezzoni
Publisher: TV Books Inc
ISBN: 9781575001838
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It simply divided my life in two. He was the one person I ever really loved, the one
I might have stayed with and been happy with. Porter's hair grew back. Her arm
and leg healed. But 1918 left a wound on her heart which never mended. Many
years passed before Porter was able to write "Pale Horse, Pale Rider." The story
concludes with sadness, grief, depression, ... The Spanish Lady had entered a
world of conflict and revolution. She withdrew from a world stage no less dramatic
or ...

Public Health Reports

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the disease, it also allowed them to acknowledge the unique and awful character
of both Spanish influenza and the epidemic. Often it ... As the years passed,
World War I gained a prominent place in Americans' cultural memory as cities
and towns memorialized its victims in public monuments and writers of the Lost
Generation ... She concludes Pale Horse, Pale Rider with a vivid portrayal of the
malaise, indeed depression, from which influenza victims often suffered in its

The New Yorker

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CT Bed & Breakfast 840.37? 2230 life, Porter believed
that her "normal fate" would include the love of a strong man and a life of comfort.
Her failure to acquire either led to a certain "inclination to romance," as Elizabeth
Hardwick observed in a 1984 piece about her friend. "As I look back over the
attachments I knew about from gossip or otherwise, I see in them a conscious
and careful make believe Katherine Anne knew the impossible when she met it."
In 1901 ...

Fairplay International Shipping Weekly

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This enabled much higher pressures and saw the launch of the "Aberdeen" in
1881 with triple expansion machinery. Deep sea owners led the way in these
developments because of the important fuel economies that enabled them to
introduce steamers into trades previously reserved for sail by lack of bunker coal,
high consumption and costs involved. The coastal field followed, although at all
times presenting an extremely varied picture. When Parsons took the world by
storm with his ...