Objects & Places from The Anatomy of Melancholy

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Leicester, England

This location is mentioned during the Introduction as a means of acculturating the individual to the treatise.

Oxford, England

This location is where Robert Burton received his higher education.

Goods

These objects are all manners of public or private possessions.

Inward

This technical term indicates a cause for melancholy, including dietary or climatological conditions.

Outward

This technical term indicates a cause for melancholy which involves people, animals, or goods connected with the sufferer.

Fear

This is a primary cause of melancholy. It is also sometimes a symptom of the same disorder.

Sorrow

This is a primary cause and sign of depression in melancholy.

Notes

These writings display the scholarly nature of the author.

Liver

This organ is closely associated with the humors of the body, mentioned in the initial schema about melancholia.

Spleen

The organ relates to the melancholic humor of the body.

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