6 edition of A Summer Plague found in the catalog.
October 20, 1997
by Yale University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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In A Summer Plague, Polio And Its Survivors, award-winning author Tony Gould, who had polio at age twenty inwhile a junior officer A Summer Plague book the British military in Hong Kong, gives us a wide-ranging and thoroughly gripping history of polio throughout its most destructive period, the twentieth century, and the ways in which this country and most of Western Europe Cited by: A Summer Plague: Polio and Its Survivors.
Tony Gould. Rating details 13 ratings 2 reviews. Polio—often called the "summer plague"—struck hundreds of thousands of children around A Summer Plague book world between its emergence as an /5.
ISBN: Paper. Also Available in: Cloth. DescriptionReviewsAwards. Polio—often called the "summer plague"—struck hundreds of thousands of children around the world between its emergence as an epidemic disease in to its cure in the s.
Today, images of children with crutches and leg braces or encased to their necks in iron lungs may be little more than a painful.
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The novel presents a snapshot of life in Oran as seen through the author's distinctive absurdist point of view. Book Review: A Summer Plague: Polio and its Survivors. Gillian Tindall. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2, Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice.
Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on. To salve my conscience, I read A Summer Plague: Polio and Its Survivors by the conference's keynote speaker, Tony Gould.
In Gould serving as an officer with the Gurkhas in Hong Kong and fancying an "outdoor, quasi-colonial" future, when.
The Plague is a transparent allegory of the Nazi occupation of France beginning in spring The sanitary teams reflect Camus’ experiences in, and. The tragedy of a plague is announced in the book's title.
It is also underscored in the first chapter. This technique, it is worth noting, is somewhat similar to that of a Greek tragedy. Here also we know in advance the horrible fate in store for the characters, and we watch as the scenes unfold the familiar fate and the agony of, say, Oedipus.
A Summer Plague is the most comprehensive and compulsive account of the rise and fall of epidemic poliomyelitis yet written.
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In the late s he was one of the last generation of National Service officers, in a Gurkha regiment stationed in Hong Kong. Fleeing residents then spread it to mainland Italy, where one-third of the population is dead by the following summer.
November, The plague arrives in France, brought by another of the Caffa.