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Ventifacts – Fragment 2

Ventifacts – Fragment 2 ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Christine Hume A wind might carry an epidemic from infected place to clean place, like a metaphor. The air-borne poisons of low-lying lands and slums might Christine Hume Eastern Michigan University breeze into middle-class neighborhoods. These notions haunted Britain chume@emich.edu from the turn of the nineteenth century until germ theory gained esteem three-quarters of a century later. In those times, wind agitated the Volume 3/Issue 2 July 2015 mind and disturbed the body. In the midst of the 1848 national cholera pp 137–139 epidemic, during the formation of England’s first General Board of DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2015.1067025 Health, while her siblings, one by one, slid from illness into death, during the time of writing of her social problem novel, Shirley (1849), Charlotte Reprints available directly from the publishers. Bronte’s letters blame the return of fever to “this cruel east wind,” “cold Photocopying permitted penetrating wind,” “wind blowing” and “frost and east wind.” In Shirley, by licence only. ©Taylor & Francis 2015 which takes the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry as its backdrop, Caroline, rendered vulnerable by “mental excitement” and “habitual sadness,” falls prey to “some sweet, poisoned breeze, redolent of honey-dew and miasma” passing through http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Ventifacts – Fragment 2

Architecture and Culture , Volume 3 (2): 3 – May 4, 2015

Ventifacts – Fragment 2

Architecture and Culture , Volume 3 (2): 3 – May 4, 2015

Abstract

ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Christine Hume A wind might carry an epidemic from infected place to clean place, like a metaphor. The air-borne poisons of low-lying lands and slums might Christine Hume Eastern Michigan University breeze into middle-class neighborhoods. These notions haunted Britain chume@emich.edu from the turn of the nineteenth century until germ theory gained esteem three-quarters of a century later. In those times, wind agitated the Volume 3/Issue 2 July 2015 mind and disturbed the body. In the midst of the 1848 national cholera pp 137–139 epidemic, during the formation of England’s first General Board of DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2015.1067025 Health, while her siblings, one by one, slid from illness into death, during the time of writing of her social problem novel, Shirley (1849), Charlotte Reprints available directly from the publishers. Bronte’s letters blame the return of fever to “this cruel east wind,” “cold Photocopying permitted penetrating wind,” “wind blowing” and “frost and east wind.” In Shirley, by licence only. ©Taylor & Francis 2015 which takes the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry as its backdrop, Caroline, rendered vulnerable by “mental excitement” and “habitual sadness,” falls prey to “some sweet, poisoned breeze, redolent of honey-dew and miasma” passing through

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2015 Taylor & Francis
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2050-7836
eISSN
2050-7828
DOI
10.1080/20507828.2015.1067025
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Abstract

ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Christine Hume A wind might carry an epidemic from infected place to clean place, like a metaphor. The air-borne poisons of low-lying lands and slums might Christine Hume Eastern Michigan University breeze into middle-class neighborhoods. These notions haunted Britain chume@emich.edu from the turn of the nineteenth century until germ theory gained esteem three-quarters of a century later. In those times, wind agitated the Volume 3/Issue 2 July 2015 mind and disturbed the body. In the midst of the 1848 national cholera pp 137–139 epidemic, during the formation of England’s first General Board of DOI: 10.1080/20507828. 2015.1067025 Health, while her siblings, one by one, slid from illness into death, during the time of writing of her social problem novel, Shirley (1849), Charlotte Reprints available directly from the publishers. Bronte’s letters blame the return of fever to “this cruel east wind,” “cold Photocopying permitted penetrating wind,” “wind blowing” and “frost and east wind.” In Shirley, by licence only. ©Taylor & Francis 2015 which takes the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry as its backdrop, Caroline, rendered vulnerable by “mental excitement” and “habitual sadness,” falls prey to “some sweet, poisoned breeze, redolent of honey-dew and miasma” passing through

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Architecture and CultureTaylor & Francis

Published: May 4, 2015

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