Sir Shadwell Rock therefore embodies a conflation of opposing psychological discourses, with regard to the new psychology and psychopathology, and more broadly locates a deeply embedded epistemological contradiction in the popular discourse of neurasthenia and hysteria made famous by Beard, Weir Mitchell
, and others.
You're named after a 19th-century ancestor, the physician and author Silas Weir Mitchell
</IR> , the neurologist, an experience she used in her masterpiece "The Yellow Wallpaper" (written 1890; published in New England Magazine, January 1892).
Executive producers, Josh Braun, Julie Goldman, Krysanne Katsoolis, Caroline Stevens, Silas Weir Mitchell
, a picaresque novel of the French Revolution; and Songs from the Ghetto by Morris Rosenfeld, an immigrant from Russian Poland, translation by Leo Wiener.
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Julie Tasha Smith Anya Elisa Gallay
See especially Bassuk; Poirier, "The Weir Mitchell
Rest Cure"; and Wood.
Wilkerson/Graydon Howard Silas Weir Mitchell
Frances Scott (Scottie) Fitzgerald Beth Kirkpatrick Sophie Chesney/Frances Rider Leonard/Maid/ Floozy/Frances Kroll Deena Rubinson Joan Fairway/Ginevra King/ Secretary Kara Keeley Joseph Mankiewicz/Wilson Barton/ Bartender Russell Edge David O.
David Giuntoli (Burkhardt), Sasha Roiz (Renard), Bitsie Tulloch (Juliette), Claire Coffee (Adalind), Silas Weir Mitchell
(Monroe), Bree Turner (Rosalee), Russel Hornsby (Griffin), and Reggie Lee (Wu) were all present at the San Diego Comic Con 2014.