Literature and Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1982 - 228 Seiten
Over 1300 entries to poems, novels, short stories, and plays published mostly during the 20th century. Selection remains based on the principle that "a literary work should be first-rate, or if not, then capable of illuminating in some special way one or more of our directly medical topics." Emphases on English and American literature; on materials by and about blacks; and about handicapped persons. Citations are arranged under chronological headings. Each entry gives bibliographical information, topical words, and summary. References are also listed under 39 topical words.
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