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INDEX Bakhtin, Mikhail, xi, 190, 221n.14 Abbott, Andrew, 183 Acton, William, 175, 177, 178 Balzac,Honoréde,xi,xiii-xiv,xvii,6,8,10, Adam Bede (Eliot), 103–4 14, 20, 33, 43, 46–83, 103, 120–23, 129, Althusser, Louis, 223n. 4 134, 146, 148, 150, 153–54, 159–67, 175, 179, 183, 188–90, 193n. 3; comanatomy —microscopic anatomy, 142–43 pared with Flaubert, 46–47, 84–87; eti- —pathological anatomy, xvi, 52, 61, 151; ology of passions in, 61–63; medical concept of sensitivity in, 25–28; diag- paternalism in, 65–68; professional projectof,72–78; professionalvocation nostic implications of, 33–35; double in, 78–83; realism of, 48–49; represenlife of self in, 26, 106–8; quest for primtation in, 75–76, 120–23; social totality itive tissue in, 87–89, 95–99; status of truth in 41–43. See also Bichat in, 57–60; typification in, 49–47; utopia in, 63–65. Works: “Avant-Propos,” 49– anti-professionalism, 77. See also professionalism 50, 67; La Cousine Bette, 60; The Curé of Arac, Jonathan, xi Tours, 53; Eugènie Grandet, 46, 56–57, archaeological analysis, distinguished 68; Illusions perdues, 46, 72, 127, 184, 187; “L’Interdiction,” 62; Louis Lamfromideologicalanalysis ,18–19,44–45, bert, 46, 62; Le médecin de campagne, 46– 137–42, 175–77. See also discourse; lit47 , 55, 58, 64, 77–82, 86–87, 145, 155– erary history 56, 185, 151; La messe de l’athée, 55; Monarchive ,delimitationof,xv-xvii; scientific, ograph on the Paris Press, 44; La peau de 9 chagrin, 62; Le Père Goriot, 46, 54, 57, Aristotle, 13 81; La recherche de l’absolu, 62; Une asylum, utopian space of, 64. See also psychiatry ténébreuse affaire, 54; Ursule Mirouet, 54–55 Auerbach, Erich, xii, 48, 51, 134, 190 Augustine, Confessions, 93–94 Barchester Towers (Trollope), 224n.16 Barth, John, 11 Austen, Jane, 84, 224n.16 Barthes, Roland, 15, 33, 48, 78–79, 131– author, physician as figure of, xvi-xvii, 14, 32, 145 39–43, 77, 88, 156, 160–61, 185, 189 Baudelaire, Charles, 16, 18, 24 authority, xiii-xiv, xvii Bell, Joseph, 142 —literary authority, xiv, xvii, 150, 164, 183–89; in James, 165 Benjamin, Walter, 78 —medical authority, xiii, xvii; bases of, Benn, Gottfried, Gehirne, 161 Bennett, Arnold, 150, 188; Clayhanger, 180–82; challenges to, 21–23, 98–102, 141–43, 149, 181–83, 186; as literary 152; Old Wives’ Tale, 152; Riceyman Steps, xv, 152–57 theme, 184; as structuring principle of narrative, 185–86; professional fea- Bentham, Jeremy, 41 tures of, 67, 78 Benveniste, Emile, 41, 201n.59 —professional authority, 85; charismatic Bernard, Claude, xiv, 14, 97, 123–29, 140 element of 69–78; strategies for legiti- bêtise, 19–23, 90 mating, 73–78 Bichat, Xavier, xvi, 10, 19, 190; compared autobiography, disarticulated, 41 withClaudeBernard,124,127;concept autonomy, professional: economic basis of sensitivity in, 25–28, 61, 169; contriof , 70; of medicine, 89; writers’ and psy- bution to phrenology of, 52; diagnostic chiatrists’ desire for, 69–77. See also pro- implications of, 33–35; double life of fessionalism self in, 26, 106–8, 159; in Madame “Avant-Propos” (Balzac), 49–50, 67 Bovary, 37–38, 41–43; in Middlemarch, 228 INDEX 87–89, 92; perceptual limitations of, Copper Beeches,” 136, 141; “The 95–99; Recherches physiologiques sur la vie CrookedMan,”136;“TheDevil’sFoot,” et la mort, 34, 178. See also anatomy, pa- 137; The Hound of the Baskervilles, 133, thological 137–38; “The Man with the Twisted Lip,” 140; “The Musgrave Ritual,” 130; Blackwood’s Magazine, 9 “The Naval Treaty,” 136; “The Noble Bleak House (Dickens), 87, 187, 224n.16 Bloch, Ernst, 137 Bachelor,” 134; “The Red-Headed Blumenberg, Hans, 145 League,” 134–35, 145–47; Round the body, individuated, 133–35, 139. See also RedLamp, 142;“AScandal in Bohemia,” embodiment; person, embodied 135–36, 139–40, 143–47; The Stark Munro Letters, 142 Borges, Jorge, 11, 143 Condillac, Etienne de, 95 “Boscombe Valley Mystery, The,” (Conan Conrad, Joseph, 9, 47, 152, 161–63, 174, Doyle), 130, 145, 147 222n.26; Heart of Darkness, 162–63 Bourdieu, Pierre, 98, 208n.54 Breuer, Joseph, 30 conversion, epistemological, 93–94 Brontë, Charlotte, Shirley, 188 conversionnarrative, discontinuity of self Brooks, Peter, 130, 200n.46, 206n.35 in, 80–81 Broussais, F.J.V., xvi, 111–12; Foucault “Copper Beeches, The,” (Conan Doyle), on, 112 136, 141 Browne, Sir Thomas, 181 Cornhill Magazine, 9 “Country Doctor, A,” (Kafka), 160–61 Butler, Samuel...

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