The lives and activities of individuals of all social groups were governed in Europe by a hostile environment. Many of the difficulties are still familiar today, particularly in the Third World, but modern familiarity with such problems as disease or adverse weather conditions should not blind us to their significance. They affected not only the experiences and actions of individuals, but also their attitudes, and it is necessary to consider the latter in order to understand the impact of facts of life and death.
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