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1. SYPHILIS/THE POX:
How did the pox change attitudes towards sexuality and individual responsibility for disease in early modern England?
Primary sources: Early English Books Online (EEBO) in the Library databases
Secondary source: Louis Qualtiere and William Slights, “Contagion and Blame in Early Modern England,” in Brightspace or PROJECT MUSE (Literature and Medicine 22, no.1, Spring 2003); and the related essays in Sins of the Flesh, edited by Kevin Siena. Online through the Library.