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The Man Who Crucified Himself

Readings of a Medical Case in Nineteenth-Century Europe

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<i>The Man Who Crucified Himself</i> is the story of Mattio Lovat’s self-crucifixion in Venice in 1805. It shows how the narrative of this sensational medical case was popularised in nineteenth-century Europe and appropriated by readers in debates on madness, suicide and religion.

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