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Ackernecht, Erwin H. (1955) Medical art as a psychological safety-valve.
Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, Vol. 43, 465-71.

Anderson, Ruth Lelia (1927) Elizabethan psychology and Shakespeare's plays.
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Beasley, A.W. (1979) Preserved through the medium: art and the history of
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Benichou, Aime. (1969) Peinture et medecine. Paris: Maloine.

Bernard, Rene (1941) Surdite, surdi-mutite et mutisme dans le
theatre francais. Paris: Rodstein.

Bernard, Rene. (1977) Le begue sur la scene francaise: surdite,
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Bettmann, Otto (1956) A pictorial history of medicine; a brief, nontechnical
survey of the healing arts... Springfield, Ill. Thomas.

Biasin, Gian-Paolo. (1975) Literary diseases: theme and metaphor in the
Italian novel. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Bigeard, Martine (1972) La Folie et les fous litteraires en Espagne,
1500-1650. Paris: Centre de recherches hispaniques. Institut d'etudes
hispaniques.

Biklen, Douglas and Bailey, Lee. (1982) Rudely Stamp'd: imaginal disability
and prejudice. Washington: University Press of America.

Binet, Leon Rene et Vallery-Radot, Pierre. (1968) Medecine et art: de la
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Birley, J.L. (1975) The history of psychiatry as the history of an art.
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Borel, Jacques. (1971). Medecine et psychiatrie Balzaciennes. La science
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Borowitz, H.O. (1983) A medical tour through the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Cleveland Clinical Quarterly, Vol. 50, 417-438.

Boulange, Luc et Lambert,Jean-Luc. (1981) Les autres: expressions artistiques
chez les handicapes mentaux. Bruxelles: P. Mardaga.

Brody, S.N. (1974) The Disease of the Soul: Leprosy in Medieval Literature.
New York: Ithaca.

Bucknill, John (1867) The mad folk of Shakespeare. Psychological essays.
London: Macmillan. Reprinted by Folcroft Press, Folcroft, Pa., 1969.

Cadinouche, H. (1929) La Medecine dans l'oeuvre de Gericault. Paris: M.
Vigne.

Canavan, Thomas (1970) Madness and enthusiasm in Burton's Anatomy of
Melancholy and Swift's Tales of a Tub. Ph.D. Thesis, Columbia University.

Cardinal, Roger. (1973) Outsider art. New York: Praeger Publishers.

Charcot, J. and Richer, P. (1887) Les Demoniaques dans l'art. Paris.
Reprinted by Editions Macula, Paris, 1984.

Charcot, J. and Richer, P. (1889) Les difformes et les malades dans l'art.
Paris: Lecrosnier & Babe.

Charmet, Raymond. (1970) La Nef des fous de Jerome Bosch. Jardin des
Arts, No. 190, sept., 2-9.

Chesney, Elizabeth. (1977) The theme of folly in Rabelais and Ariosto.
Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vol. 7(1), 67-93.

Cober, Alan E. (1975) The forgotten society: 92 drawings. New York: Dover
Publications.

Cohen, G. (1913) Le theme de l'aveugle et du paralytique dans la
litterature francaise. Melanges Emile Picot, t.2, Paris, 393-404.

Couleon, Henri. (1964) L'etrange folie de don Quiochote: Cervantes et la
psychiatrie. Annales medico - psychologiques, Vol. 122, No. 1, 555-566.

Cox, Edwin (1929) Mental handicaps in literature. London: Bailliere,
Tindal & Cox.

Crook, Nora. (1986) Shelley's venomed melody. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge
University Press.

Deporte, Michael. (1974) Nightmares and Hobbyhorses: Swift, Sterne, and
Augustan ideas of madness. San Marino, Calif.: Huntington Library.

Deshaies, Gabriel. (1947) L'Esthetique du Pathologique. Paris: Presses
Universitaires de France.

Didi-Huberman, Georges. (1982) Invention de l'hysterie: Charcot et
l'iconographie photographique de la Salpetriere. Paris: Macula.

Dobb, Penelope. (1974) Nebuchadnezzar's children. Conventions of madness in
Middle English literature. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Dugas, L. (1937) Les timides dans la litterature et l'art. Paris: Alcan.

Eldridge, Herbert G. (1966) The "Mind distrest": literary allusions in
Benjamin rush's "Diseases of the mind". Literature and Psychology, Vol. 16,
93-102.

Escoffier-Lambiotte, C. (1961) La folie de Vincent van Gogh. Medecins de
France, No. 120, 14-16.

Faris, James. (1986) Visual rhetoric: Navajo art and curing. Medical
Heritage, Vol. 2, 136-147.

Feder, Lillian. (1980) Madness in Literature. Princeton, NJ: Princeton
University Press.

Fiedler, L. (1978) Freaks. New York: Simon and Shuster.

Fleming, Michael. (1985) Images of Madness: the portrayal of insanity in the
feature film. Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Fox, Daniel M. and Lawrence, Christopher J. (1988) Photographing medicine:
images and power in Britain and America since 1840. New York: Greenwood
Press.

Foy, J.L. (1976) The deafness and madness of Goya. Ear Nose Throat Journal,
Vol.55, 384-93.

Friedberg, J. B., Mullins, J. B. and Sukiennik, A. W. (1985) Accept me as I
am: best books of juvenile nonfiction on impairments and disabilities. New
York: Bowker.

Fuchs, J. (1964) Physical alterations which occur in the blind and are
illustrated on ancient Egyptian works of art. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., Vol 117,
618-23.

Fuchs, Johannes. (1966) Blind minstrels and harpists of ancient Egypt.
Abbottempo, Bk.1, 26-31.

Gartner, A. and Joe, T. (Eds.) (1987) Images of the disabled, disabling
images. New York: Praeger.

Gilman, Sander (Ed.) (1976) The Face of Madness: Hugh W. Diamond and the
origin of psychiatric photography. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilman, Sander. (1982) Seeing the Insane. New York: John Wiley,
Brunner/Mazel.

Gilman, Sander. (1985) Difference and Pathology: stereotypes of sexuality,
race and madness. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Gilman, Sander. (1988) Disease and representation: images of illness from
madness to AIDS. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

Golden, Grace. (1971) A painting in Gheel. Journal of the History of
Medicine, Vol. 26, 400-412. [Mental illness, 17th century]

Grabman, James. (1973) "Tobit recovering his sight". Engraving by A. de
Marcenay after Rembrant. New haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry
Collection. Journal of the History of Medicine, Vol. 28, 45.

Groddeck, Georg. (1976) La Maladie, l'art et le symbole. Paris: Gallimard.

Held, Jutta. (1987) Between bourgeois Enlightenment and popular culture:
Goya's festivals, old women, monsters and blind men. History Workshop, No.
23, 39-58.

Hilgar, M.F. (1975) La folie dans le theatre du XVIIe siecle en
France. Romance Notes, vol. 16, 383-9.

Histoires de fous pour rester sage. Connaissance des Arts, No. 282, aout
(1975). [Bruegel]

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. (1944) The psychiatric novels of Oliver Wendell
Holmes. Abridgment, introduction and annotations by C.P. Oberndorf. New
York: Columbia University Press.

Horwitz, Elinor. (1977) Madness, Magic and Medicine: the treatment and
mistreatment of the mentally ill. Philadelphia: Lippincott. [discusses
juvenile literature]

Hunter, Wm.B. (1962) Some speculations on the nature of Milton's blindness.
Journal of the History of Medicine, Vol. 17, 333-341.

Hyslop, T.B. (1927) Mental Handicaps in Art. London: Bailliere, Tindal and
Cox.

International Center for the Disabled. (1983) La pitie et la peur: mythes
et images des infirmes dans la litterature: ancienne et moderne. New York:
International Center for the Disabled.

Johnson, Lee. (1986) Delacroix's "Christ healing the blind man of Jericho".
Burlington Magazine, Vol. 128, 672-674.

Kellogg, Abner. (1866) Shakespeare's Delineations of Insanity, Imbecility,
and Suicide. New York: Hurd and Houghton.

Kerlin, Issac. (1858) The Mind Unveiled. Philadelphia: U. Hunt and Son.
[psychiatric photography]

Kiell, Norman. (1965) Psychiatry and Psychology in the Visual Arts and
Aesthetics: a bibliography. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Kromm, Jane. (1984) The Iconography of Madness. PhD. Thesis, Emory
University. See Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 45, No. 6, Dec.
1984.

Lascault, Gilbert (1973) Le Monstre dans l'art occidental: un probleme
esthetique. Paris: Klincksiesk.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1972) Infirmes et infirmites dans des proverbes
italiens. Ethnologie francaise, Annee II, No. 1-2, 67-96.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1974) L'infirme dans la litterature italienne
destinee a l'enfance et a la jeunesse. Analyse typologique de 57
oeuvres. Enfance, No. 3-4-5, sept.-dec., 287-312.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1975) L'animal infirme, illustration de
l'anthropomorphisme des animaux dans la litterature enfantine. Quelques
exemples italiens. Pro Infirmis (Zurich), Annee 34, No. 6, nov.-dec.,
2-21.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1981) Le mythe de l'infirme asexue ou pervers,
ses origines et ses consequences. Cahiers ethnologiques, (Universite de
Bordeaux II), No. 2, 1- 29.

Laschal, Rene-Claude. (1983) L'Infirme dans la litterature narrative
italienne destinee a la jeunesse aux XIXe et XXe siecles. These
d'etat, Universite de Bordeaux-III.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1985) Les stereotypes de l'infirme en Italie
d'apres des proverbes et des livres pour la jeunesse. Mediterannea,
(Carcassone), No. 18, mars, 5-10.

Lachal, Rene-Claude. (1986) Les representations des personnes
handicapees dans la litterature. Cahiers ethnologiques, (Universite
de Bordeaux II), No. 7, 177-183.

Lachal, Rene-Claude et Saint-Martin, Philippe. (1983) Les personnes
handicapees vues par la presse regionale francaise (1er janvier 1977
- 31 aout 1978). Cahiers ethnologiques, (Universite de Bordeaux II),
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Lastic, Philibert de. (1906) La pathologie mentale dans les oeuvres de
Gustave Flaubert. [Thesis]. Paris:Bailliere.

Lefebre, Joel. (1968) Les fols et la folie. Etude sur les genres du
comique et la creation litteraire en Allemagne pendant la Renaissance.
Paris: C. Klincksieck.

Legrand, Colette. (1981) Images de la Folie: Representations
d'handicapes et de fous a travers la peinture occidentale du 15eme
au 20eme siecle. Memoire, Diplome de troisieme annee en
pedagogie curative, Universite de Lausanne, Suisse.

Lidz, Theodore. (1975) Hamlet's Enemy: madness and myth in Hamlet. New York:
Basic Books.

Longmore, Paul. (1985) Screening stereotypes: images of disabled people in
television and motion pictures. Social Policy, Vol. 16, No. 1, Summer, 31-37.

Lukacs, Georges. (1974) L'Ame et les formes. Paris: Gallimard.

MacKinney, Loren Carey. (1965) Medical illustrations in medieval manuscripts.
Berkeley: University of California Press.

Madame de Sevigne ; Moliere et la medecine de son temps. Marseille: Revue
Marseille, 1973.

The Madness of Don Quixote. (1910) British Medical Journal, Vol. 1, 944.

Malleret, Louis. (1969) Bossus et nains dans la sculpture en
extreme-orient. Arts Asiatiques, Tome 20, 121-133.

Mannoni, O. (1964) Le theatre et la folie. Medecins de France, No.
149, 33-40.

Marie, A. (1904) La tapisserie de Luroy (in the transept of the church,
depicting Christ's healing of the blind man). Bulletin de la Societe
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Marijnissen, R.H. (1976) Bosch and Bruegel on human folly. In: Folie et
deraison, a la Renaissance. Brussels: Universite Libre.

McAlister, Neil. (1974) "The Cure of Folly". [painting by Hieronymus Bosch].
Canadian Medical Association Journal, Vol. 110, 1380, 1383.

McAlister, Neil. (1977) The dancing pilgrims at Muelebeek. Journal of the
History of Medicine, Vol. 32, 315-9.

McConaghy, N. (1970) Drama and psychiatry - some insights of Euripides.
Australia and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 4, 109-12.

Menden, Joan. (1969) "Operation for Stones in the Head". An engraving by
Nicolas Weydmans. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry
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Meyers, Jeffrey. (1985) Disease and the novel, 1880-1960. London: Macmillan.

Miller, D.S. and Davis, E.H. (1972) Disabled authors and fictional
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Mora, George. (1957) Dramatic presentations by mental patients in the middle
of the 19th century, and A. Dumas' description. Bulletin of the History of
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Moussa, Ahmed H. (1928) La folie de Nietsche: son influence sur ses oeuvres.
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Muller, Sheila D. (1985) Charity in the Dutch Republic: pictures of rich and
poor for charitable institutions. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press.
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Renaissance and Baroque: an exhibit in the National Library of Medicine.
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Ober, William. (1970) Madness and poetry: a note on Collins, Cowper, and
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Peterson, Dale. (1977) The Literature of Madness: autobiographical writings
by mad people and mental patients in England and America from 1436 to 1975.
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Peterson, Dale (ed.) (1982) A Mad People's History of madness. Pittsburgh,
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Philadelphia Museum of Art. (1985) Ars Medica: art, medicine and the human
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Pitfield, Robert L. (1929) "A pitiful, ricketty gasping, staggering,
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Prinzhorn, Hans. (1984) Expressions de la folie: dessins, peintures,
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Schleiner, Winifried. (1985) Renaissance exempla of schizophrenia: the cure
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531-3.

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