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In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death & the World It Made
Norman F. Cantor (au). In this lively & readable book on the Black Death, Prof. Norman Cantor provides a wide perspective of biomedical issues & history -- & a fascinating detailed study of the way in which the 1348 plague outbreak affected politics & society. He understands the medieval period & explains, without oversimplifying, the variety & complexity of this great section of the Westís past. Opening with a chapter on biomedical contexts, the book is also up-to-date with recent science & scholarship. It includes a critical bibliography on the Black Death. Black & white illustrations.
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