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Unformatted text preview: Devin Weaver World History to 1500 - Shaw Book Review # 1 March 7 th , 2008 In The Wake of the Plague: The Black Death & the World it made By: Norman F. Cantor In The Wake of the Plague is a very interesting and informative book. I really enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone who was looking to gain insight or knowledge on the plague or the Black Death. The book is also very well organized. It is broken down into three parts: Biomedical Context, People, and History. I found that the book was a lot easier to read in this format because it broke the big picture down into smaller parts. The book also included an extensive bibliography and an index which is nice in case you are looking for a specific topic about the plague. In the next few paragraphs I am going to break down the three different parts of the book and discuss each one. At the end of this paper I will also offer my conclusion....
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- Spring '08
- World History