Human Remains: Medicine, Death, and Desire in Nineteenth-Century Paris

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Note on Translations xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction- The Toxic Imagination 1
  • One - Medicine and Authority 16
  • Two - The Medical Uses of Nonsense 46
  • Three - A Hostile Environment 80
  • Four - Death Comes Alive 103
  • Five - Pleasure in Revolt 132
  • Six - Monsters and Artists 169
  • Seven - Abstracting Desire 221
  • Eight - What Abjection Means 258
  • Notes 283
  • Works Cited 359
  • Index 383
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