restricted access   Volume 48, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Representing and Expressing States of Mind

Representing and Expressing States of Mind: “The Labyrinth of Another’s Being”

pp. v-xi
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“I don’t know where to go for a quiet mind”: A Case Study of Samuel Richardson’s Clementina

pp. 1-15
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The Half-Mangled Narrator: The Violence of Psychic Dissection in William Godwin’s Caleb Williams

pp. 17-33
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Visions in Verse: Writing the Visual in Romantic Dream Visions

pp. 35-54
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“You must have been a solitary prisoner to understand these perplexed distinctions”: Imprisonment, Sensorial Isolation, and Altered Mental States in A Tale of Two Cities, American Notes, and Oliver Twist

pp. 55-74
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The Ne’er-do-well: Representing the Dysfunctional Migrant Mind, New Zealand 1850–1910

pp. 75-92
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“A written monologue by that most interesting being, myself”: Sickness, Suicide, and Self-Reflection in the Diary of Alice James

pp. 93-107
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Adventures in Psychiatry: Narrating and Enacting Reform in Post-War Mental Healthcare

pp. 109-125
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Seeing Things … Differently, or, Hallucinating the Postmodern

pp. 127-145
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Contributors

pp. 147-149
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