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What were the ominous signs sensed by some Philadelphians on August 3, 1793?
2) How were Dr. Benjamin Rush’s worries about the health of the citizens of
Philadelphia becoming reality?
Why was the beginning of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 in Philadelphia allowed to spread unnoticed?
What is a Rorshach test, and what does Charlie’s test say about him?
When is knowledge power?
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serve the people! ,” smoothly translated by julia lovell, offers an initial sample of yan lianke’s writing to an english-speaking audience. a bluntly drawn, mildly erotic fable, it teases mao zedong by poking fun at a true believer who obeys the chairman’s precepts too literally. to a western sensibility, the broad strokes of yan lianke’s humor would seem to pose little risk of inciting rebellion, whether of the flesh or of the body politic. but then, part of the book’s attraction is that it doesn’t have a western sensibility. it lets the reader see — or rather, intuit — what jokes chinese officials don’t consider funny, and how very little it takes for a writer to be branded an incendiary in 21st-century china, more than three decades after the death of mao, a decade after the death of deng xiaoping and seven years since china entered the world trade organization, a move that would seem to signal a willingness (however wary) to mingle with the rest of the world.