1. Tricksters and Truth Tellers: Narrating Illness in an Age of Authenticity and Appropriation
  2. Arthur W. Frank
  3. pp. 185-199
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  1. When Spoken Words Fail
  2. Jessica Tekla Les
  3. pp. 200-214
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  1. Cancer Narratives and an Ethics of Commemoration: Susan Sontag, Annie Leibovitz, and David Rieff
  2. Mary K. DeShazer
  3. pp. 215-236
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  1. Outside the Box: Surviving Survival
  2. Emily C. Bartels
  3. pp. 237-252
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  1. Apoptosis Is My Favorite Word by Gretchen Case: A Commentary and Response
  2. Therese Jones
  3. pp. 273-277
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  1. Choosing to Live: Cancer Education, Movies, and the Conversion Narrative in America, 1921–1960
  2. David Cantor
  3. pp. 278-332
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  1. Disruption and Cancer Narratives: From Awareness to Advocacy
  2. Kirsten E. Gardner
  3. pp. 333-350
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  1. Cancer's Revelations: Malignancies and Therapies in a Recent Chinese Novel
  2. Sabina Knight
  3. pp. 351-370
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  1. (Un)body Double: A Rhapsody on Hairless Identity
  2. Jane E. Schultz
  3. pp. 371-393
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  1. The Discovered Story: The Evolution of Truth in Cancer Narratives
  2. Larry D. Cripe
  3. pp. vi-x
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  1. Editors' Preface: Cancer Stories
  2. Jane E. Schultz, Martha Stoddard Holmes
  3. pp. xi-xvi
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  1. Apoptosis Is My Favorite Word: An Introduction and Performance
  2. Gretchen Case
  3. pp. 253-272
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 394-396
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  1. Call for Papers and Guidelines for Contributors
  2. pp. 397-400
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