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Meet Lydia G. Cochrane

Lydia G. Cochrane has translated three previous books for Johns Hopkins: On the Edge of the Cliff by Roger Chartier (1996), The Color of Melancholy by Jacqueline Cerquiglini-Toulet (1997), and History of Suicide by Georges Minois (1999). Her other translations include Alain Boureau's The Lord's First Night (1998) and The Myth of Pope Joan (2001), and Renzo Dubbini's Geography of the Gaze (2002).

Published Works

Venice Triumphant
The Horizons of a Myth

Elisabeth Crouzet-Pavan
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History of Suicide
Voluntary Death in Western Culture

Georges Minois
translated by Lydia G. Cochrane

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On the Edge of the Cliff
History, Language and Practices

Roger Chartier
translated by Lydia G. Cochrane

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