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    review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melanie Faith Melanie Faith ☆ 9 Free download KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] We are the publisher so all of our authors get five stars from us ExcerptsHOGS A YOU ARE THERE POEM 1904 1918 “It likely started at a pig farm in northern Kansas jumping adeptly from hogs to humans as influenza is known to do” —Kristin A Watkins MBA Holland Regenerative Medicine Program University of Neb

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    KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] The 1918 Influenza epidemic often called the Spanish flu is considered one the deadliest epidemics in world history 50 100 million people died worldwide yet its seriousness has been lost in history Melanie Faith's newest collection of poetry Th

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    review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melanie Faith Melanie Faith ☆ 9 Free download KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] Through tears and sighs and a pause or two to take a deep breath before continuing I read this amazing poetry collection cover to cover in one sitting The initial poem snatched me from the present and immediately immersed me in small town life

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    KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melanie Faith Melanie Faith ☆ 9 Free download I read this in one sitting riding to work on the train It really transported me there and I learned a lot about the virus and the people it affected It's heartbreaking poetry but I'm in love I'm looking forward to reading by Melanie Faith

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    KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] Rather than a reeling off of facts Melanie faith's poetry collection This Passing Fever perfectly captures the zeitgeist of the 1918 flu pandemic We get to survey the world through the eyes of American towns people Each with their own uniue perspective Mothers daughters fathers sons grandsons shopkeepers nurses soldiers e

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    KINDLE [This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems] review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melanie Faith Free download This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems The characters in this book sat next to me as they told their moving stories of the 1918 influenza via Ms Faith's poems I felt their pain bewild

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  • Paperback
  • 76
  • This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems
  • Melanie Faith
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 9781942371373

Free download This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems

Free read à This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Agonists such as Alma Donovan Smith depict the fears joys and trials of familial personal and community life during a time of crisis Much like Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology these poems will encourage those interested in the history of the time period and the potential of character development within poetr. Through tears and sighs and a pause or two to take a deep breath before continuing I read this amazing poetry collection cover to cover in one sitting The initial poem snatched me from the present and immediately immersed me in small town life during the 1918 influenza pandemic This wasn t so much a history lesson it was a journey through the eyes of those who experienced the helplessness and horror of losing neighbors friends teachers parents siblings and the strength demanded of them to hold onto their hope and faith I wasn t just the reader I was in Kansas in 1918 with the folks in these poems I could see hear touch taste and feel what it was like to live through the epidemic That s the power and precision of Melanie Faith s writing Read this poetry collection and share it

review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Melanie FaithThis Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems

Free read à This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub The time 1918 The US is both prosperous and at war An influenza epidemic often known by the misnomer Spanish Flu or La Grippe is spreading throughout the world The 1918 flu is different in that it tends to strike down otherwise healthy adults in their prime ages 18 40 compared to later outbreaks that target children a. We are the publisher so all of our authors get five stars from us ExcerptsHOGS A YOU ARE THERE POEM 1904 1918 It likely started at a pig farm in northern Kansas jumping adeptly from hogs to humans as influenza is known to do Kristin A Watkins MBA Holland Regenerative Medicine Program University of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha NebraskaPicturean earth tremble of gruntsassembled willy nilly the porcineshoving snouts out of the wayfor the best trough spotswhich are whichever spots you ve justspilled the slop from a dented pailFrom ages 4 to 18you wake on the bottom bunkyour brothers elbow and poke youto pull your boots on in the darkYou re already in the barnwhen the roosters crow from fence posts you ve already put in almost two hourswork before your walk to schoolBefore breakfastyou stand ankle deep in the penemptying corn mush pigs jostling into youYou call Step aside now step aside to which one you cannot sayas their breath steam clouds and hangsin chill morning air They breathe outas you breathe inA HAMMER AND A SPARE AND A SACK OF SIXPENNY NAILS Alma Donovan s dad PhilipFather Costas asked a bunch of usTom Heneckle Russell Moses and Iwere one of four or five crewsthat went down there to the lumberyardevery night for weeks I tooka hammer and a spareand a sack of sixpenny nailsWe were given the scraps oak and ashwith hard knots big as a fist or thick splintersWe went down there after our mill shiftsIt got pitch dark by five We had to hurryMany nights it snowedThe iron cold in our nostrilsour hammers driving nail heads in next next next until enoughboxes were finished We loaded themonto a parish wagon that Tom took overHe told me once the bodies in the mortuarywere stacked three abreast in the hallwayThen laid to rest uick without servicesWhat got me were the tiny ones no bigger than a doll s bedlike my three daughters used

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Free read à This Passing Fever 1918 Influenza Poems ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Nd the elderly The poems in This Passing Fever explore how everyday people within small town America meet sweeping unexpected illness with hope fear charity and grief Incorporating details both fictional and fact including a historically accurate jump rope rhyme within the first poem in this collection “Rope” prot. The 1918 Influenza epidemic often called the Spanish flu is considered one the deadliest epidemics in world history 50 100 million people died worldwide yet its seriousness has been lost in history Melanie Faith s newest collection of poetry This Passing Fever is a thoughtful exploration of the heartbreak of this deadly disease Told through persona voices of those who witnessed and thus survived the outbreak This Passing Fever will stay with any reader long after he or she is done with the book