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Lost Words:
Narratives of Language and the Brain, 1825-1926
L. S. Jacyna

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"Lost Words constitutes a new contribution to the field in that it draws attention to hitherto neglected aspects of the classical literature on aphasia: for example, the way in which the medical author functions in these texts, the deployment of metaphors and diagrams, and the rhetorical use of previous texts. The book presents a set of strategies for reading not only texts about aphasia but also medical literature in general."--Kurt Danziger, Professor Emeritus, York University

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