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S. Weir Mitchell as a psychiatric novelist.

Author: David M Rein
Publisher: New York, International Universities Press [©1952]
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Rein, David.
S. Weir Mitchell as a psychiatric novelist.
New York, International Universities Press [1952]
(OCoLC)568748723
Named Person: S Weir Mitchell; S Weir Mitchell; S Weir Mitchell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David M Rein
OCLC Number: 315775
Description: xv, 207 pages
Contents: Mitchell's Philadelphia background --
Mitchell's early studies of snake venom and of nerve injuries --
"The case of George Dedlo": a story based on Mitchell's study of nerve injuries --
Mitchell's case studies of nervous ailments: material for fiction --
Mitchell's scientific attitude toward his characters --
Deterioration of character: Dr. Wendell, Richard Darnell --
The couch-loving invalids: Octopia Darnell, Constance Trescot, Ann Penhallow --
Dual personality: Mary Reynolds, Mr. J.C., Sibyl Maywood --
Dipsomania: Roger Grace, Peter Lamb --
Insanity: Philetus Richmond, Mr. Hapworth, John Greyhurst --
Mitchell as novelist.

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