Ventriloquized Bodies: Narratives of Hysteria in Nineteenth-century France

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Cornell University Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 295 pages
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Contents

To Open the Question
15
T Barthelemy Dermographic arm etchings
21
F Allard and H Meige Lithographic man
23
T Barthelemy Dermographic sign of Satan
25
Lannois Autographic woman Angeline Donadieu
27
Trepsat Dermographic diagnosis
28
Max Miiller Illustration of larynx
46
Edouard Manet Gare SaintLazare
60
Georges Lacombe his
215
Gustave Courbet LOrigine du monde
222
Bourneville and P Regnard Arc de cercle
241
Paul Richer Tableau synoptique de la grande attaque hysterique
243
J J Moreaude Tours Tree of nervosity
247
Emile Zola RougonMacquart family tree
248
Top Salpetriere Hospital one of Charcots patients Bottom Salpetriere Hospital wax cast of same patient
255
Speculations on Dracula Frankenstein and Rachildes Monster
261

JeanBaptiste Greuze La Cruche cassee
198
Eugene Girard La Femme einancipee repandant la lumiere sur le monde petroleuse
213

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Janet Beizer is Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. She is the author of Ventriloquized Bodies: Narratives of Hysteria in Nineteenth-Century France , also from Cornell, and Family Plots: Balzac's Narrative Generations .

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