Paul Slack Impact Of Plague In Tudor And Stuart England Pdf
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- Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
- The impact of plague in Tudor and Stuart England (Book
- Professor Paul Slack FBA
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Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
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The impact of plague in Tudor and Stuart England (Book
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Access options available:. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences Modern histories are not lacking. Is there more that can usefully be said about this most famous pestilence? His first chapter provides a useful overview of bubonic plague in England from its reintroduction in the era of the Black Death in the s, through its establishment as a recurrent visitor, especially in London, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The three core chapters then present a detailed picture of the epidemic in London itself, its uneven spread out into the towns and occasional rural villages of the provinces, and the policy questions presented to national and city governments in their attempts to control the plague—or at the very least to alleviate its effects.
Professor Paul Slack FBA
This is a classic study of a disease which had a profound impact in Tudor and Stuart England. Plague was both a personal affliction and a social calamity, regularly decimating urban populations. Paul Slack vividly describes the stresses which plague imposed on individuals, families, and whole communities, and the ways in which people tried to explain, control, and come to terms with it. Read more
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