Contributions to Mental Pathology
Collected papers, written between 1836-1870 by a pioneering American psychiatrist, on such diverse subjects as the insanity of King George III, Shakespeare's delineations of insanity, illustrations of insanity by major English writers, the causes of insanity, the confinement of the insane, & the law of insanity in criminal cases (including discussion of the M'Naughten Rule). "A monument in the field of psychiatry."-Reprint Journal.
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