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  Volume 5, 1986

Table of Contents

Use and Abuse of Literary Concepts in Medicine

Volume Editor: Joanne Trautmann Banks

Editor's Column

pp. vii-viii
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A. R. Luria and the Art of Clinical Biography

pp. 1-15
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Clinical Tales

pp. 16-23
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A Controversy about Clinical Form

pp. 24-26
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A Case of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

pp. 27-42
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A Case of Self Defense

pp. 43-53
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The Limits of Narrative

pp. 54-57
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To Render the Lives of Patients

pp. 58-74
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Sequel

pp. 75-83
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A Note on Eric Avery's Work

pp. 84-87
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Four Wood Engravings

pp. 88-89
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The Impact of Literature upon Health: Some Varieties of Cathartic Response

pp. 90-108
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Metaphorical Language and Terminal Illness: Reflections upon Images of Death

pp. 109-121
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Williams's Force

pp. 122-140
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Esthetics and Anesthetics: Mimesis, Hermeneutics, and Treatment in Literature and Medicine

pp. 141-151
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Literature and Medicine: Towards a Simultaneity of Theory and Practice

pp. 152-181
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 182-183
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Research Areas

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