Cover

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Title Page

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Copyright

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Dedication

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Table of Contents

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Preface and Acknowledgments

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pp. ix-x

Charcot remains an enigmatic figure. This despite a large body of scientific work by him, amounting to some fourteen substantial volumes, and a much more voluminous literature about him. These provide the reader with a good understanding of the pioneer of neurology but are much less successful with respect to...

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I. Introduction

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pp. 1-44

By the mid-1880s, Jean-Martin Charcot (1825–1893) had become the leading authority in France and, arguably, in the world, on diseases of the nervous system. “People had come to realize,” Sigmund Freud wrote of his French mentor, “that the activities of this man were a part of the assets of the...

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II. English Translation

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pp. 45-89

Toward noon, after a good meal at the inn of the Quatro Naciones, where, for the past 2 days, we have lodged for a certain sum with M. Royi, a retired steward in the navy, we walk down the main street of Algeciras trailing our small parcels. We’re going to embark on the...

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III. French Transcription

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pp. 91-130

Vers midi après avoir bien déjeuné à la fonda des Quatro Naciones, où nous hébergeons depuis depuis 2 jours, pour quelque argent, M. Royi ancien maître d’hôtel de la Marine, nous descendons la grande rue d’Algesiras, précédés par nos petits colis. On va s’embarquer sur la...

IV. Select Bibliography

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pp. 131-133