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  Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Editor’s Preface: Contact Zones and Safe Houses

pp. vii-xx

Hurry Tomorrow: Errata in a Time of Digital Access

pp. xxi-xxiii

The Accident and the Beautiful: On Alan Shapiro’s “The Accident”

pp. 1-11

Narrative Survival: Personal and Institutional Accounts of Asylum Confinement

pp. 12-41

Melancholia in Janet Frame’s Faces in the Water

pp. 42-60

“These frightful sights would work havoc with one’s brain”: Subjective Experience, Trauma, and Resilience in First World War Writings by Medical Personnel

pp. 61-85

Erectile Dysfunction and the Post War Novel: The Sun Also Rises and In Country

pp. 86-102

Minding the Gap(s): Narrativity and Liminality in Medical Student Writing

pp. 103-123

“I feel like his dealer”: Narratives Underlying a Case Discussion in a Palliative Medicine Rotation

pp. 124-143

Did the Novelist Anticipate the Neurologist?: The Enigma of George Eliot’s The Lifted Veil

pp. 144-170

Review Article

Brain Memoirs, Neuroscience, and the Self: A Review Article

pp. 171-192


Narrative Psychiatry: How Stories Can Shape Clinical Practice (review)

pp. 193-197

The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating (review)

pp. 198-203

Uses of Literature (review)

pp. 203-207

Our Bodies, Ourselves and the Work of Writing (review)

pp. 207-213

Contributors' Notes


pp. 214-216

Research Areas


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