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Foreword by Professor Martin KempList of IllustrationsAcknowledgementsPrefaceIntroduction1. Setting the Medical Scene: the History of the Development of Medical Practice2. Medical Images in Hogarth's London: Early Satires—i. The Rabbit Woman: art and guile in the case of Mary Toft—ii. The Company of Undertakers3. The Itinerant Quack4. A Pox on You All: Medical Images in Eighteenth-Century Themes of Morality—i. A Harlot's Progress—ii. Marriage-à-la-Mode—iii. Mothers' Ruin: Gin Lane and the art of alcohol abuse5. Hogarth at St. Bartholomew's Hospital6. A Question of Taste, or a Taste of Madness—i. The Rake's Progress—ii. Hypochondriasis—iii. Treatment of madness7. Fashions in Health and Treatment—i. Taking the waters—ii. Aerial, aetherial, magnetic and electrical applications—iii. 'Wonders! Wonders! Wonders! and Wonders!'—iv. Animal magnetism—v. Tractorisation8. From the Womb...—i. Touching on midwifery—ii. What became of the children?—iii. Vaccination9. ...To the Tomb—i. Dentistry: a big smile—ii. Licensed to kill?—iii. A public anatomy—iv. Kill or cure10. The End—i. Death comes at the end—ii. Remember thou shalt dieReferencesBibliography—i. Primary Sources—ii. Secondary sourcesIndex



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Medicine and art -- Great Britain.
Art, British -- 18th century.
Hogarth, William, -- 1697-1764 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Rowlandson, Thomas, -- 1756-1827 -- Criticism and interpretation.