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How many chapter are in fever 1793?

There are 29 chapters in the book fever 1793

Who is the author of the book Fever 1793?

Laurie Halse Anderson wrote Fever 1793.

In the book fever 1793 who benefited from the pestilence?

In Fever 1793 the rats benefited from the pestilence.

How did the yellow fever of 1793 start?

The Yellow fever started in 1793 was spread by mosquitos

What does the color yellow symbolize in 'Fever 1793'?

Answer:The Fever that broke out in 1793 was the 'yellow fever'. It was called such because many of the people who contracted the fever eyes would turn yellow. victims skin would also yellow as the liver would begin to shut down. a condition known as jaundice.

What is the climax of Fever 1793?

The climax of the story is when the fever is gone and the first frost comes.

Would you recommend Fever 1793 Why or why not?

Yes I would to anyone who likes this kind of story.

Where does the story Fever 1793 take place in?

fever takes place in 1793 in philedelphia,PA in a coffeshop

What is the setting for the book fever 1793?


Who was a person who got sick from the Yellow Fever in 1793?

Many people got sick with yellow fever in 1793.

What is a sad part in fever 1793?

The saddest part in Fever 1793 was when Matilda's grandfather died and she was left alone.

How does Matilda get yellow fever in Fever 1793?

She doesnt

What is the resolution of Fever 1793?

The resolution of Fever 1793 is the return of Maddie\'s mother who had been missing and ill for several weeks.

Who does the fever belong to in the book fever 1793?

The Flaviviridae family.

What is the important problem of the book fever 1793?

a fever called the yellow fever came.

When did Yellow Fever come to Philadelphia?


Who are the main charters of Fever 1793 book?

The main character of Fever 1793 is Matilda Cook [Mattie Cook for short]

Why did Laurie Halse Anderson wrote Fever 1793?

laurie halse anderson wrote the book fever 1793 after finding an old article about the fever she researched more about it and made a story about it

What is the theme in the book Fever 1793?

I would say one of the main themes in this book is Survival.

Does Matilda get yellow fever in Fever 1793?

yes and she recovers from it too.

What was the cause of the yellow fever- 1793?

yellow fever is caused by disease carrying mosquitoes called Coquillettidia fuscopennata there are shots you can get to prevent yellow fever in your body but they had not invented it in 1793

In 1793's how did you know you had the yellow fever?

your eyes would turn yellow and you would vomit up blood after a week.

What is a Book that relates to Fever 1793?

There is a book it's called "Chains", it is also by the same author who wrote Fever 1793, Laurie Halse Anderson.

How many pages are there in Fever 1793?

Fever 1793 is by Laurie Halse Anderson. The paperback has 272 pages. The Turtleback edition has 251 pages.

What is the sequel to fever 1793?

there is none