Reading Madness Bodily Difference and the Female Lunatic Patient in the History of the Asylum in Colonial Victoria PhD ThesisSchool of Archaeological and Historical Studies La Trobe University Melbourne

  • Title: Reading Madness: Bodily Difference and the Female Lunatic Patient in the History of the Asylum in Colonial Victoria, 1848-1888
  • Author: Catharine Coleborne
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 364
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  • PhD ThesisSchool of Archaeological and Historical Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne

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    399 thoughts on “Reading Madness: Bodily Difference and the Female Lunatic Patient in the History of the Asylum in Colonial Victoria, 1848-1888”

    1. There s definitely some good stuff in here, but the thesis suffers a little from the vast amount of repetition within it I also felt that a couple of the chapters didn t really seem to be on topic at all The author obviously did a huge amount of research the issue was in pulling it all together in a cohesive and focused manner.


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