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  • Epigraph:
    A panic had set in and people from the infected area were hurrying to be inoculated. The crush was dreadful and the crowd fought and struggled. [When injected]...the men shouted and swore and they charged out like mad bulls. The women didn't scream, [but] hung about on one another's necks and wept softly, wondering if they were going to die.

    - The Bulletin, March 31, 1900

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    y separately published work icon Griffith Review Staying Alive no. 17 Spring 2007 Z1419987 2007 periodical issue 2007 pg. 57-65
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