ROTTEN BODIES: Class & Contagion in 18th-Century Britain
Taking readers into workhouses, hospitals, slums, markets, and especially prisons, Siena offers a fascinating look at how class was constructed physiologically and how the fear of epidemics affected 18th century Britain. Photos.
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