Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nancy K Bristow
|Description:||xiii, 280 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Lost worlds --
"Influenza has apparently become domesticated with us" : influenza, medicine and the public, 1890-1918 --
"The whole world seems up-side-down" : patients, families and communities confront the epidemic --
"Let our experience be of value to other communities" : public health experts, the people, and progressivism --
"The experience was one I shall never forget" : doctors, nurses, and challenges of the epidemic --
"The terrible and wonderful experience" : forgetting and remembering the aftermath --
Reckoning the costs of amnesia..
|Responsibility:||Nancy K. Bristow.|
These chapters are well researched and carefully reasoned, but even more valuable for the general reader are the author's treatments of the effects of the pandemic on the humans who did not lead