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  Volume 13, Number 2, Fall 1994

Table of Contents

From: Literature and Medicine

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General Issue

Editor's Column

pp. vii-xii
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The Harriet W. Sheridan Literature and Medicine Lectureship and Forum, Brown University School of Medicine

p. 183
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Introduction

pp. 184-186
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Drawing

p. 187
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Testifying: In Memory of Harriet Waltzer Sheridan

pp. 188-189
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Reading Patients-Cautions and Concerns

pp. 190-200
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The Mother

pp. 201-202
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The Cancer Match

pp. 203-204
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Diabetes

pp. 205-208
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Medicine

p. 209
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Beyond the Ouija Board: Dialogue and Heteroglossia in the Medical Narrative

pp. 211-228
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Radioactive Body Politics: AIDS as Nuclear Text

pp. 229-242
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The Giant in Literature and in Medical Practice

pp. 243-254
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"Why Bao-yu Can't Concentrate": Attention Deficit Disorder in The Story of the Stone

pp. 255-273
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"Fated Boy": Karpman's Drama Triangle and Melville's Billy Budd

pp. 274-283
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A Roster of Twentieth-Century Physicians Writing in English

pp. 284-305
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A Few Words from the Book Review Editor on the Occasion of the Publication of his First Six Reviews

pp. 306-308
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The Palace Thief (review)

pp. 308-311
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Disembodying Women: Perspectives on Pregnancy and the Unborn (review)

pp. 312-316
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The Wounded River: Civil War Letters of John Vance Lauderdale, M.D. (review)

pp. 316-319
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Doctors and Other Casualties (review)

pp. 319-322
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The Body Embarrassed: Drama and the Disciplines of Shame in Early Modern England (review)

pp. 322-326
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Raising the Dead (review)

pp. 326-330
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Contributors

pp. 331-333
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Index to Volume 13

pp. 341-343
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Research Areas

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