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Lucid Interval: Subjective Writing and Madness in History

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Since the pioneering studies of Michel Foucault in the 1960s, the topic of madness has received an increasing amount of attention from critics and historians. "Lucid Interval" draws on research in establishing a distinctive approach to the relationship between madness and culture. Ranging in time and place from medieval England and Renaissance Italy to 19th-century France, this book examines a number of writers who have expressed in poetry and autobiography their own experiences of madness. Approaching them from a broadly ...

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Lucid Interval: Subjective Writing and Madness in History 1994, Leicester University Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780718520984

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Lucid Interval: Subjective Writing and Madness in History 1992, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press

ISBN-13: 9780838635056

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Lucid interval : subjective writing and madness in history 1992, Leicester University Press, Leicester

ISBN-13: 9780718513856

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