1. In Memoriam Richard Selzer (1928–2016)
  2. Catherine Belling
  3. pp. 239-241
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  1. Two Kinds of “Literary Poison”: Diseases of the Learned and Overstimulating Novels in Georgian Britain
  2. James Kennaway
  3. pp. 252-277
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  1. Toxic Texts and Reading Remedies: Literary Medicine in Eighteenth-Century Print Cultures
  2. Ashleigh Blackwood
  3. pp. 278-298
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  1. The Medical Dangers of Literary Genius
  2. Sharon Ruston
  3. pp. 299-319
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  1. Leaky Bodies, Bawdy Books: Gonorrhea and Reading in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  2. Darren N. Wagner
  3. pp. 320-340
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  1. The Visceral Novel Reader and Novelized Medicine in Georgian Britain
  2. Monika Class
  3. pp. 341-369
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  1. French Hoffmania: Théophile Gautier’s “Onuphrius” (1833) and the Critique of the Etiology of Pathological Reading
  2. Victoire Feuillebois
  3. pp. 370-388
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  1. Werther Goes Viral: Suicidal Contagion, Anti-Vaccination, and Infectious Sympathy
  2. Michelle Faubert
  3. pp. 389-417
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  1. Radical Contagion and Healthy Literature in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine
  2. Jessica Roberts
  3. pp. 418-439
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  1. The Lazy Reader: Labor, Books, and Disease in Nineteenth-Century Germany
  2. Norman Aselmeyer
  3. pp. 440-467
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  1. The Discourse on Dangerous Reading in Nineteenth-Century Latvia
  2. Pauls Daija, Eva Eglāja-Kristsone
  3. pp. 468-483
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  1. Reading Disorders: Pro-Eating Disorder Rhetoric and Anorexia Life-Writing
  2. Emma Seaber
  3. pp. 484-508
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  1. Introduction: Pathological Reading
  2. James Kennaway, Anita O’Connell
  3. pp. 242-251
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 509-511
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