Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

"The Absence Doubled?" Photo-Poetic Narratives of Prophylactic Mastectomy

pp. 1-26
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Frances Burney's Mastectomy Narrative and Discourses of Breast Cancer in the Long Eighteenth Century

pp. 27-45
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The Adolescent Condition in Thomas Hardy's The Woodlanders

pp. 46-70
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  Alzheimer's Disease Metaphors as Mirror and Lens to the Stigma of Dementia

pp. 71-97
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Backwards Medicine: Female Atavism, Whiteness, and the Medical Profession in "The Pineal Eye"

pp. 98-122
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The Medicinal Rod: Slave Health and Redhibition Law in George Washington Cable's The Grandissimes

pp. 123-143
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"In Utter Fearlessness of the Reigning Disease": Imagined Immunities and the Outbreak Narratives of Charles Brockden Brown

pp. 144-166
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Alternative Medicine: Contagion and Cure in Karel Čapek's The White Plague

pp. 167-182
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"All in the Day's Work": Cold War Doctoring and Its Discontents in William Burroughs's Naked Lunch

pp. 183-202
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Life in the Year 6000 by Santiago Ramón y Cajal: A Translation of an Unpublished "Vacation Story"

pp. 203-228
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Reviews

Writing Oneself Back In: Narratives of Care, Grief, and Loss

pp. 229-235
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Contributors

pp. 236-237
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