Boccaccio documented the plague that struck Florence in 1348. Defoe created a journal based on his uncle’s first-person experience of the plague that struck London in 1665. And Contagion was inspired by the 2002-2004 SARS outbreak and 2009 flu pandemic. In describing the purpose of telling stories in general, Cody C. Delistraty argues in “The Psychological Comforts of Storytelling” that stories are a “way for humans to feel that we have control over the world,” that they “inform people’s emotional lives” by providing a “peek into someone’s conscience,” and that stories can even be “an evolutionary mechanism that helped keep our ancestors alive” (Delistraty).  

In this essay, I want you to look at one or more of the pandemic stories we have read together for evidence of why we tell stories about pandemics. What psychological, emotional, or intellectual need does accounts of pandemics fill for its authors and audience?

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