Neely's title aptly signals the difficulty of defining madness
in the period: the more general opening term, 'distracted,' denotes a temporary lapse, a larger category that embraces intense emotional states such as melancholy, lovesickness, grief, and anger.
It's not only mothers who are in for a rough ride in Perfect Madness
, but women in general.
Answers on a postcard by December 9 to Email Madness
competition, Sunday Mail, One Central Quay, Glasgow G3 8 DA.
Brendan Smyth, brother of original Madness
member Chaz Smash, owns the copyright to the walk and is charging for 'unauthorised' past use.
In fact, Nalle does advance intriguing theses about how inquisitors viewed madness
, and about the cultural milieu that enabled Sanchez's seemingly bizarre beliefs.
One of his central findings is that almost everyone during the era lived in a moral universe, where natural causes for madness
coincided with metaphysical ones.
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Erik Midelfort begins with the abstract discussions of madness
in the writings of theologians, physicians, and lawyers.
However, as Caminero-Santangelo argues throughout her reading of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre and Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea, Bertha's madness
only "offers the illusion of power" (p.
The world of madness
institutes the reign of appearances and the dissolution of forms; the world of knowledge attaches itself to science and the establishment of new forms" (p.
At his death in 1989 he left an almost completed manuscript on madness
that has been carefully seen through the press by Diana Immisch.
and Canada's Moosehead beer will invite consumers into the middle of college basketball's "March Madness
" tournament excitement this year with its Moosehead Madness
on- and off-premise promotional campaign.