Figuring Madness in Nineteenth-Century Fiction.
Employs poststructuralist psycho-analysis and semiotic theory to examine the complex interimplication of the subject and object of madness that is always implied by the dynamics of analytic diagnosis. Interprets writers such as Jane Austen, Anthony Trollope, Henry James, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman. St Martin's Press. 1997. Hb, Dj. Appears new. USED. $25.00