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S. Weir Mitchell

S. Weir MitchellAKA Silas Weir Mitchell

Born: 15-Feb-1829
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Died: 4-Jan-1914
Location of death: Philadelphia, PA
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Novelist, Doctor, Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Case of George Dedlow

Military service: Union Army (surgeon, US Civil War)

Father: John Kearsley Mitchell (physician, b. 1798, d. 1858)

    University: University of Pennsylvania
    Medical School: MD, Jefferson Medical College (1850)

Author of books:
The Wonderful Adventures of Fuz-Buz the Fly and Mother Grabem (1867)
Wear and Tear, or Hints for the Overworked (1871, medicine)
Diseases of Nerves and their Consequences (1872, medicine)
Fat and Blood: And How to Make Them (1877, medicine)
Lectures on Diseases of the Nervous System, Especially in Women (1881, medicine)
The Hill of Stones and Other Poems (1883, poetry)
Roland Blake (1886, novel)
Complete Works of S. Weir Mitchell (1886, works, 16 vols.)
Masque and Other Poems (1887, poetry)
Doctor and Patient (1888)
The Cup of Youth and Other Poems (1889, poetry)
A Psalm of Death and Other Poems (1890, poetry)
Francis Drake: A Tragedy Of The Sea (1893)
Mr. Kris Kringle: A Christmas Tale (1894)
A Madeira Party (1895)
Philip Vernon: A Tale in Prose and Verse (1895, novel)
Clinical Lessons on Nervous Diseases (1897, medicine)
Hugh Wynne\ Free Quaker (1897, novel)
The Adventures of François (1898, novel)
Ode on a Lycian Tomb (1899, poetry)
The Autobiography of a Quack and The Case of George Dedlow (1900)
The Wager and Other Poems (1900, poetry)
Circumstance (1901, novel)
Selections from the Poems of S. Weir Mitchell (1901, poetry)
Little Stories (1903, short stories)
The Youth of Washington Told in the Form of an Autobiography (1904)
A Comedy of Conscience (1904)
Constance Trescott (1905, novel)
Works of S. Weir Mitchell (1905, works, 15 vols.)
The Red City (1908, novel)
Westways (1913)

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