The Female Invalid and Spa Therapy in Some Well-Known 18th-Century Medical and Literary Texts: From John Floyer's "The Ancient Psychrolousia Revived" (1702) to Fanny Burney's "Evelina" (1778) - Université de Bretagne Occidentale Access content directly
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The Female Invalid and Spa Therapy in Some Well-Known 18th-Century Medical and Literary Texts: From John Floyer's "The Ancient Psychrolousia Revived" (1702) to Fanny Burney's "Evelina" (1778)

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Annick Cossic. The Female Invalid and Spa Therapy in Some Well-Known 18th-Century Medical and Literary Texts: From John Floyer's "The Ancient Psychrolousia Revived" (1702) to Fanny Burney's "Evelina" (1778). Les villes d'eaux en Grande-Bretagne et en France aux 18e et 19e siècles, May 2005, Brest, France. pp.115-138. ⟨hal-00744267⟩

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