restricted access   Volume 3, 1984

Table of Contents

The Physician as Writer

Editor's Column

Editor's Column

pp. ix-x
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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

p. xi
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Homage to Dannie Abse

A statement by Dannie Abse

p. 2
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X-ray

p. 3
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A winter visit

p. 4
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An interview with Dannie Abse

pp. 5-18
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The stethoscope

p. 19
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Pathology of colours

p. 20
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Doctor and magus in the work of Dannie Abse

pp. 21-31
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In the theatre: (A true incident)

pp. 32-33
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From "A Strong Dose of Myself"

pp. 35-45
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Not beautiful

p. 46
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Medical themes in the poetry of Dannie Abse

pp. 47-52
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The experiment

pp. 53-70
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Dannie Abse: poet and physician

pp. 71-74
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The smile was

pp. 75-80
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Dannie Abse: A selected bibliography

pp. 81-82
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In Memoriam: Dr. Michael Joseph Halberstam, (1932-1980)

p. 83
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Michael Joseph Halberstam, M.D.; August 9, 1932-December 5, 1980

pp. 84-93
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Michael Halberstam to J. Willard Colston

pp. 94-96
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Russell Baker to Michael Halberstam

pp. 96-98
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Michael Halberstam to Russell Baker

pp. 98-99
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Therapist

p. 100
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The Moving Creature, Coming to Morning

p. 101
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Gathering facts and gathering visions: poetry from medical students

pp. 102-104
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The Biologist—for My Father

pp. 105-106
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The Cooper River Bridge

pp. 107-108
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On Studying Anatomy

pp. 109-110
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And the Old Men Play Dominoes

pp. 111-112
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Castle Dreams

p. 113
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A profile of John Stone: the medical badge

pp. 115-125
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Losing a Voice in Summer

p. 126
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The Truck

pp. 127-128
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Answering the Phone

p. 129
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Walker Percy's physicians and patients

pp. 130-141
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To William Carlos Williams, M.D.

p. 142
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Williams' "The Use of Force" and first principles in medical ethics

pp. 143-151
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The morbid world of the Quebec novel

pp. 152-166
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 167-168
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