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Parergon 31.2 (2014)
Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying
Guest-editors: Rebecca F. McNamara and Una McIlvenna
Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying – Rebecca F. McNamara and Una McIlvenna
The Sorrow of Soreness: Infirmity and Suicide in Medieval England – Rebecca F. McNamara
Mourning under Medical Care: A Study of a consilium by Bartolomeo Montagnana – Naama Cohen-Hanegbi
Dying 101: Emotion, Experience, and Learning How to Die in the Late Medieval artes moriendi – Juanita Feros Ruys
Narratives of Death and Emotional Affect in Late Medieval Chronicles – Alicia Marchant
‘Share with me in my Grief and Affliction’: Royal Sorrow and Public Mourning in Early Eighteenth-Century England – Amy B. Oberlin
The Work of Feeling in James Hervey’s Meditations among the Tombs (1746) – Eric Parisot
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