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    Topp, Leslie (2012) The mad objects of Fin-de-Siècle Vienna: journeys, contexts and dislocations in the exhibition “Madness and Modernity”. In: Blackshaw, G. and Wieber, S. (eds.) Journeys Into Madness:Mapping Mental Illness in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Austrian and Habsburg Studies 14. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books, pp. 10-26. ISBN 9780857454584.

    Topp, Leslie (2009) Erwin Pendl (studio), model of lower Austrian provincial institution for the cure and care of the mentally ill "Am Steinhof", c. 1907. In: Blackshaw, G. and Topp, Leslie (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 100-109. ISBN 9781848220201.

    Topp, Leslie and Imrie, N. (2009) Modernity follows madness: Viennese architecture for mental illness and nervous disorders. In: Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Surrey, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 76-99. ISBN 9781848220201.

    Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (2009) Scrutinised bodies and lunatic utopias: mental illness, psychiatry and the visual arts in Vienna, 1898–1914. In: Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Surrey, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 14-37. ISBN 9781848220201.

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    Blackshaw, G. and Topp, Leslie (2009) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries. ISBN 9781848220201.

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