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Edited by F Clifford Rose. Published by Imperial College Press, 2004, £65.00 (hardback), pp 432. ISBN 1-86094-368-3
Neurology of the arts: painting, music, literature is a multi-authored book that explores the intersection between neurology and the arts. The topics in the book are wide ranging, moving from discussions of Dostoyevsky and epilepsy, to amusia, back to Samuel Johnson and Mozart’s movement disorders. Neurology is the underlying glue that binds the book. The chapters are really quite diverse and touch on the use of literature or painting to portray neurological disorders, include descriptions of the neurological conditions of famous artists, writers or musicians, or …