In fatal isolation the 2003 paris heat wave becomes a site for thinking about excessive anonymous forgotten death keller goes in search of corpses in a space without narrative and brings back valuable fragments of anecdotal lives. Fatal isolation the devastating paris heat wave of 2003 hardcover may 7 2015 by richard c keller author be the first to review this item see all 6 formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . In his timely and important book fatal isolation historian richard c keller offers a social and political explanation for the mass deaths that ravaged paris during the summer of 2003 in doing so he makes thought provoking connections among the history of climate french political culture public health and urban architecture. Richard c kellers fatal isolation the devastating paris heat wave of 2003 begins fittingly in a cemetery just outside of paris where many of the forgotten of frances most deadly natural catastrophe are buried. Fatal isolation the devastating paris heat wave of 2003 richard c keller 2015 isbn 9780226251110 the devastating 2003 heat wave will hopefully serve as a lesson not just for paris but for many other cities that have large vulnerable populations that live in substandard housing
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