Summary of Anthony Bourdain's Typhoid Mary Summary of Anthony Bourdain's Typhoid Mary

Summary of Anthony Bourdain's Typhoid Mary

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#1 The Warren family, who were the first victims of the typhoid outbreak, were not the type of people who were typically thought to get the disease. They were a wealthy family who could afford to rent a nice summer house on Long Island.

#2 Soper began to walk the cat backward, searching for an answer. The only new element introduced into the household was a cook, who handled food that was eaten by all the afflicted members of the household. The disease broke out, and the cook was gone.

#3 Soper’s investigation continued, and he found that the outbreaks were occurring in well-kept houses of the wealthy. He began to suspect that Mary was a carrier, and that she was infecting others because she was healthy.

#4 Soper was a very hot topic in the new world of epidemiology. He wanted to find Mary Mallon, and he wanted her badly. He knew that his work was important. Typhoid was deadly in 1906 and 1907, and Soper felt like he was going to make his bones with this case.

GENRE
Non-Fiction
NARRATOR
AM
AI Mary
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
00:19
hr min
RELEASED
2022
26 October
PUBLISHER
Distill Books
SIZE
13
MB