Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: Literature and Medicine

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Editors' Preface: Reflexivity and Responsiveness: The Expansive Orbit of Knowledge

pp. vi-Xi
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Mindblindness: Autism, Writing, and the Problem of Empathy

pp. 1-23
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Autism and the Contemporary Sentimental: Fiction and the Narrative Fascination of the Present

pp. 24-45
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Listening to Chekhov: Narrative Approaches to Depression

pp. 46-71
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Enlightening the Fibre-Woven Body: William Blake and Eighteenth-Century Fibre Medicine

pp. 72-92
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Tribute to Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan

Introduction

pp. 93-94
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Writing against Memory and Forgetting

pp. 95-121
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Trauma, Narrative, and Two Forms of Death

pp. 122-141
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"Himself He Devises Too for Company": Self-Making in Samuel Beckett's Company

pp. 142-155
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Medical-Industrial Discourses: Muriel Rukeyser's "The Book of the Dead"

pp. 156-171
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Book Reviews

Fictions of Affliction: Physical Disability in Victorian Culture (review)

pp. 172-175
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Profound Science and Elegant Literature: Imagining Doctors in Nineteenth-Century America (review)

pp. 175-178
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Songs from the Black Chair: A Memoir of Mental Interiors (review)

pp. 178-181
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After Harm: Medical Error and the Ethics of Forgiveness (review)

pp. 182-185
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 186-188
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