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Janet Beizer. Ventriloquized Bodies: Narratives of Hysteria in Nineteenth-Century France. Cornell University Press. 1994. 295pp.

Elisabeth Bronfen. The Knotted Subject: Hysteria and Its Discontents. Princeton University Press. 1998. 469pp.

Muriel Dimen; Adrienne Harris (editor). Storms in Her Head: Freud and the Construction of Hysteria. Other Press. 2001. 380pp.

Evelyne Ender. Sexing the Mind: Nineteenth-Century Fictions of Hysteria. Cornell University Press. 1995. 307pp.

Asti Hustvedt. Medical Muses: Hysteria in Nineteenth-Century Paris. W. W. Norton. 2011. 372pp.

Celia Malone Kingsbury. The Peculiar Sanity of War: Hysteria in the Literature of World War I. Texas Tech University Press. 2002. 181pp.

Katrien Libbrecht. Hysterical Psychosis: A Historical Survey. Transaction Publishers. 1995. 283pp.

Peter Melville Logan. Nerves and Narratives: A Cultural History of Hysteria in 19th-Century British Prose. University of California Press. 1997. 241pp.

Mark S. Micale. Approaching Hysteria: Disease and Its Interpretations. Princeton University Press. 1995. 327pp.

Niel Micklem. The Nature of Hysteria. Routledge. 1996. 133pp.

Juliet Mitchell. Mad Men and Medusas: Reclaiming Hysteria. Basic Books. 2001. 396pp.

Juan-David Nasio; with Susan Fairfield (editor). Hysteria from Freud to Lacan: The Splendid Child of Psychoanalysis. Other Press. 1998. 176pp.

Ilza Veith. Hysteria: The History of a Disease. University of Chicago Press. 1970. 301pp.

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