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  Volume 16, Number 2, Fall 1997

Table of Contents

From: Literature and Medicine

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Editor's Column

Editor's Column

pp. vii-xi
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Articles

Rontgen's Ghosts: Photography, X-Rays, and the Victorian Imagination

pp. 141-173
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The Ghosts of Byzantium

pp. 174-175
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Gertrude Stein and the Politics of Literary-Medical Experimentation

pp. 188-209
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War, Walt Whitman, and William Osler

pp. 210-225
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Melville's Pierre Nervous Exhaustion; or "The Vacant Whirlingness of the Bewilderingness"

pp. 226-249
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Neurology and the Novel: Alexander Monro primus and secundus, Robinson Crusoe, and the Problem of Sensibility

pp. 250-265
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Book Reviews

Walt Whitman and Sir William Osler: A Poet and His Physician (review)

pp. 266-268
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On-Line Database of Literature, Arts, and Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography (review)

pp. 268-272
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The Crack in Everything (review)

pp. 273-277
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Extraordinary Bodies: Figuring Physical Disability in American Culture and Literature (review)

pp. 277-281
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Books Received


Contributors

pp. 284-285
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Books Received

pp. 282-283
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Research Areas

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