Love's Madness: Medicine, the Novel, and Female Insanity, 1800-1865

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Index
Abercorn, Anne, Marchioness of 120n.
Abercrombie, Helen145
Act of Union ( 1707) 134
Act of Union ( 1800) 111
Act to Amend the Laws for the Provision and Regulation of Lunatic Asylums ( 1845) 21
Alam, Chris N.18n.
Albert, Prince187-8
alcohol:
and insanity 41
and nineteenth-century racial
theory 162
and vampirism 162-3
alienists 57
All the Year Round186, 191, 207, 217
'M.D. and MAD' 192-3
Alleged Lunatics' Friend Society184, 186
Altick, Richard D.55n.
Amelia, Princess73-4
America22, 36, 40, 123
American Civil War 105, 108-9
Amiel, Henri Frédéric59
Anderson, James130n.
Anglicanism 5, 172,
anorexia 17
anti-Jacobinism 106-7, 108, 109, 110
Arab medicine 7
Arbray, Jane109n.
Aristotle75n.
Armstrong, Nancy140-1, 156n.
Arnold, Thomas172
Arnold, Thomas: Observations on the Nature of Insanity163n.
Association of Medical Officers of Asylums and Hospitals for the Insane56, 61
asylums 18, 21, 22, 27, 34, 35, 49n., 50, 51n., 54, 56, 58, 64, 109n., 180, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190
in literature 12, 29-30, 50, 144, 150, 151, 165, 184, 198-9, 202, 205
private 40, 188, 189n.
public 21
Athenaeum143
Auerbach, Nina140n.
Augustan period 11
Austen, Cassandra80n.
Austen, Jane27, 80, 103-4, 138
Elinor and Marianne90
'Frederic and Elfrida' 89-90
Love and Freindship90
Persuasion74, 93n.
Sense and Sensibility80, 89-103, 132
autobiography 37
Babb, Lawrence7 n., 11 n.
Bacon, Sir Francis59
Baine, R. M.110 n.
ballads 6, 8, 11, 13, 126, 128
Balzac, Honori112-13 n.
Adieu 24, 28
Melmoth réconcilié113 n.
Barber, Paul163
Baudry's European Library152
Bedlam, see Bethlehem Hospital
Beer, Gillian101
Behn, Aphra27
Bell, Robert186, 187, 189
Bess of Bedlam 11
Besterman, 'Meodore82.
Bethlehem Hospital 6n., 11, 12, 33, 64, 68, 78
Bible 59, 73 n.
bigamy 3, 14
biography 37
Bishop-Thorpe Palace 165
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 157, 159n.
Blair, Hugh:
Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres77-8, 85, 86, 91
Blake, William37, 144
Blow, John11

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