|List of ﬁgures||vii|
|1 Contexts: asylums, insanity and locality||1|
|2 Norfolk Lunatic Asylum: plans, problems and patients, 1814—43||27|
|3 A superintendent and 'work therapy', 1843—61||53|
|4 A medical superintendent, expansion and reform, 1861—87||82|
|5 'Successful conversion': a managed community, 1887—1915||112|
|6 Two histories: the Norfolk War Hospital, 1915—19||144|
|7 St Andrew's Hospital: innovation and constraints, 1920—39||171|
|8 Wartime and post-war crises, 1939—48||208|
|9 'Modern treatment carried out under difﬁculty', 1948—64||243|
|10 Community care and the end of a community, 1964—98||274|
|11 Postscript: ﬁndings and speculations||305|
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Publication information: Book title: Mental Health Care in Modern England: The Norfolk Lunatic Asylum/St. Andrew's Hospital C. 1810-1998. Contributors: Steven Cherry - Author. Publisher: Boydell Press. Place of publication: Rochester, NY. Publication year: 2003. Page number: v.
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