2 edition of opium-eater in America found in the catalog.
opium-eater in America
|Other titles||Opium-eater in America., Fratricide"s death.|
|Statement||by William Blair, with an introduction by R.C. Bald.|
|Contributions||Bald, R. C. 1901-1965., Blair, William, b. ca. 1813.|
|LC Classifications||PR4137.B53 Z476 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., 5-59,  p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||42023609|
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An Opium-Eater in America by William Blair was originally published in New York by Knickerbocker Magazine, July, It is an account of one man's struggle with opium addiction in the 19th century.
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pages. Seller Inventory # I. In the 19th century, Thomas De Quincey wrote a memoir that some consider to be the first “addiction memoir,” although De Quincey never wrote of being addicted.
He used one of the most common drugs of his day: laudanum. The ruby tincture —comprising the juice of the opium poppy (papaver somniferum) Author: Lorraine Berry.
Book Description. This collection captures key themes and issues in the broad history of addiction and vice in the Anglo-American world. Focusing on the long nineteenth-century, the volumes consider how scientific, social, and cultural experiences with drugs, alcohol, addiction, gambling, and prostitution varied around the world.
An Opium-Eater in America by William Blair The Knickerbocker, July Esse quid hoc dicam, quod tam mihi dura videntur Strata, neque in lecto pallia nostra sedent. Et vacuus somno noctem, quam longa, peregi; Lassaque versati corporis ossa dolent. Ovid Amor. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas De Quincey, a free text and ebook for easy online reading, study, and reference.
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Thomas de Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium Eater gives an insightful glimpse into the pleasures and pains of opium usage. In this brief yet intriguing work, he catalogues his encounters with the drug and its ensuing psychological effects/5(45).
DeQuincey followed this song of praise for opium with an account of his opium- propelled decline afterand of his efforts to break free from opium. He described the process of weaning himself from 8, drops of Laudanum a day to drops a day, and ended his book in the voice of a reformed opium-eater.
Remarking on the paternalistic and hypocritical attitudes that modern medical authorities express on the subject of opium, Thomas DeQuincey notes in The Confessions of an English Opium-Eater: Indeed the fascinating powers of opium are admitted, even by medical writers, who are its greatest enemiesReleased on: Novem Read Part II Introduction of Confessions of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas De Quincey.
The text begins: So then, Oxford Street, stony-hearted step-mother. thou that listenest to the sighs of orphans and drinkest the tears of children, at length I was dismissed from thee; the time was come at last that I no more should pace in anguish thy never-ending terraces, no more should.
Confessions of an English Opium Eater by Thomas de Quincey From the Author to the Reader I here present you, courteous reader, with the record of a remarkable period of my life; according to my application of it, I trust that it will prove, not merely an interesting record, but, in a considerable degree, useful and Size: KB.
Read To the Reader of Confessions of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas De Quincey. The text begins: I here present you, courteous reader, with the record of a remarkable period of my life; according to my application of it, I trust that it will prove, not merely an interesting record, but, in a considerable degree, useful and instructive.
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The Confessions was "the first major work De Quincey published and the one which won him fame almost overnight ". First published anonymously in September and October in the London Magazine, the Confessions was released in book Author: Thomas De Quincey. Confessions of an Opium Eater Alethea Hayter, in her book and a mainstay in cinematic representations from ’s Chinese Opium Den to ’s Once Upon a Time in America.
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