(1) The romantics thought that memory bound us in a deep sense of the past, associated with melancholia , but today we think of memory as a mode of re-presentation, and as belonging ever more to the present.(2) the haunting melancholia that dominates the album(3) All the identified patients had psychotic illnesses: mania and melancholia , general paresis, and post-encephalitic states.(4) Contrasting greatly with the often-brooding melancholia of Tristeza, LaValle manages to inject an uplifting aspect into his solo work.(5) Lead poisoning was originally referred to as ‘Saturnism’, because the physical ailments of ingesting small quantities of lead include fatigue, depression and melancholia .(6) Meyer has written of the familiar experience of many artists who, upon completion of their work, feel empty and depressed, like women who suffer post-partum emptiness and melancholia .(7) Four Icelandic artists create work exploring aspects of melancholia through animation, drawing, painting, sculpture and video.(8) Asylum doctors divided mental illness into four categories: mania (with an important subcategory, monomania), melancholia , dementia, and idiocy.(9) Writers invariably describe the flat estuary land as ‘melancholic ‘, but that's because writers bring their melancholia with them.(10) He refused to take on patients who were psychotic; that is, who were suffering from schizophrenia or from the most severe type of melancholia (depressive illness).(11) No wonder the hamami is both a time of intense celebration but also slight melancholia , for the Japanese have realised that there's a nostalgia to all beauty and a transience in the best moments of life.(12) Amid the torrent of music coming out of the Balkans in the past year or two, this session, recorded in the historic town of Mostar, stands out by virtue of its simplicity and its aura of rapt melancholia .(13) Will this gained insight allow him to salvage his relationship with Laura, or will it just plunge him into a deeper, darker malaise of melancholia , dooming him to a life of permanent bachelorhood?(14) Its overall tone is apparently muted, opening up after a few minutes to affect the entire room, changing the mood and enveloping the spectator in an inescapable and curiously addictive melancholia .(15) Some might view this with melancholia - the demise of growth, but to me it is a time of reflection.(16) Let me remind you of the now familiar distinction between mourning and melancholia .