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A Brief Literary History of Disability
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IntroductionPart 1: Early ModernChapter 1: A Pre-History of Narrative ProsthesisChapter 2: Renaissance HistoriographyPart 2: Eighteenth CenturyChapter 3: An Age of EnlightenmentChapter 4: An Age of SatirePart 3: RomanticChapter 5: Human FlourishingChapter 6: Approaching NormalPart 4: VictorianChapter 7: Spectacular MetaphorsChapter 8: Why Tonga Must DiePart 5: Modernism/PostmodernismChapter 9: We NormalsChapter 10: Destigmatizing DifferencePart 6: ContemporaryChapter 11: Disability AutobiographyChapter 12: The Coalitional Politics of Disability

About the Author

Fuson Wang is an assistant professor of English at the University of California, Riverside, where he is currently the co-director of the Medical and Health Humanities Studies program. He has published widely in British Romantic literature, disability studies, and medical humanities.

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