BOOK REVIEW Cytomegalovirus: A Hospitalization that he researched for Madness and Diary. Hervé Guibert. Translated by Clara Civilisation, and in which Jean-Martin Orban, with introduction by David Caron Charcot, the founder of neurology, worked. and afterword by Todd Meyers. New It was in Salpêtrière that Freud, Charcot’s York: Fordham University Press, 2016, 85 most famous pupil, began developing pp. ideas that would later form the foundations of pyschoanalysis. Tellingly, Andrew Irving Foucault himself died from neurological University of Manchester complications brought about by AIDS at a time when very little was known about the Hervé Guibert was one of France’s most disease. prolific and important writers. An author Cytomegalovirus: A Hospitalization Diary of 30 books, novels, and screenplays, he is Guibert’s account of his stay in a was also an actor and a filmmaker and still different, unnamed hospital somewhere in found time to work as a photographer and the suburbs, shortly before his own death. critic for Le Monde. Guibert’s literary and It is a brief 44-page diary that covers the artistic output is all the more remarkable dates September 16–October 8, 1991 and in because he died shortly after his 36th which Foucault makes occasional birthday in
Medical Anthropology Quarterly – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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