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During the 1918 flu epidemic, it became evident that challenging aspects of scientific research required certain traits within scientists in a passage from the great influenza, john m barry implements exemplification, poignant diction, and didactic figurative language in order to.
John barry's book, the great influenza, explores this historic event, focusing on the scientists and doctors who fought the disease and the effects this pandemic had on the burgeoning field of american medicine barry's analysis though.