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Published September, 2020
By Jess Keiser
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Offers an account of early neuroscience and of the peculiar literary forms it produced. Challenging the divide between science and literature, philosophy and fiction, Jess Keiser draws attention to a distinctive, but so far unacknowledged, mode of writing evident in a host of late seventeenth and eighteenth-century texts: the nervous fiction.

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Published September, 2020
By Jess Keiser
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Offers an account of early neuroscience and of the peculiar literary forms it produced. Challenging the divide between science and literature, philosophy and fiction, Jess Keiser draws attention to a distinctive, but so far unacknowledged, mode of writing evident in a host of late seventeenth and eighteenth-century texts: the nervous fiction.

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Published November, 2019
By Juan Carlos Gonzalez Espitia
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Offers a cultural history that traces syphilis and its consequences in the transatlantic Spanish-speaking world throughout the long eighteenth century. Juan Carlos Gonzalez Espitia explores how fears of the disease and the search for its cure mobilized a transoceanic dialogue that forms an underside of Enlightenment narratives of progress.

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Published November, 2019
By Juan Carlos Gonzalez Espitia
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Offers a cultural history that traces syphilis and its consequences in the transatlantic Spanish-speaking world throughout the long eighteenth century. Juan Carlos Gonzalez Espitia charts interrelated literary, artistic, medical, and governmental discourses.

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Published August, 2019
By Ann Louise Kibbie
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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As news of revolutionary human-to-human blood transfusion spread from professional publications to popular journals and newspapers, the operation invaded the Victorian imagination. Transfusion is the first extended study of this intersection between medical and literary history.

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Published August, 2019
By Ann Louise Kibbie
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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As news of revolutionary human-to-human blood transfusion spread from professional publications to popular journals and newspapers, the operation invaded the Victorian imagination. Transfusion is the first extended study of this intersection between medical and literary history.

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Published December, 2015
By Maria Rice Bellamy
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Published December, 2015
By Maria Rice Bellamy
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Published February, 2013
By Libra R Hilde
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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Published March, 2012
By Libra Rose Hilde
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
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