- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The Middle Ages
- Chapter 2 The Beginning of Modern Times
- Chapter 3 Groundwork for a History of Blindness in the Classical Age
- Chapter 4 Sensationalism and Sensorial Impairments
- Chapter 5 Philanthropy and the Education of the Sensorially Impaired
- Chapter 6 The Move of the Quinze-Vingts and the Annuity from the Public Treasury
- Chapter 7 The Establishment of the Institute for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind (1791–1794)
- Chapter 8 The National Institute for Blind Workers
- Chapter 9 The Merging of the National Institute for Blind Workers and the Hospice of the Quinze-Vingts
- Chapter 10 The Blind in France at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
- Chapter 11 Social Representations and Literary Figures of Blindness in the First Third of the Nineteenth Century
- Chapter 12 The Quinze-Vingts Under the Consulate and the Empire: Implementing a Productivist Utopia
- Chapter 13 The Quinze-Vingts Under the Restoration: A “Memory Site” of the Ultra-Royalist Reaction
- Chapter 14 The Royal Institute for Blind Youth Under the Restoration
- The Blind in French Society from the Middle Ages to the Century of Louis Braille
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