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Creative Dialogues : Narrative and Medicine

By: Martins, Cecilia Beecher.
Contributor(s): Reis, Amândio | Sanches, Zuzanna | Fernandes, Isabel.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (313 p.).ISBN: 9781443878920.Subject(s): Medical history taking | Narrative medicine | Physician and patientGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Creative Dialogues : Narrative and MedicineDDC classification: 610.696 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; ON CLINICAL HISTORY; CONFRONTING THE OTHER; VENATIO, VEXATIO AND THE SUBDUCTIONOF MEANING IN MEDICINE; THE THIRD CULTURE; PART II; CAN YOU DIE FROM NOTBEING LISTENED TO?; NARRATIVE MEDICINE; LESSONS FROM A BRAIN DISEASE; SELVES, HOLDING THEIR OWN WITH ILLNESS; DISSONANCE AND DECISION; PART III; REPRESENTATIONS OF ILLNESSIN CONTEMPORARY SHORT FICTION; WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREAND THE REPRESENTATIONOF FEMALE MADNESS; POETICS OF TRAUMA; DON'T LOOK BACK; FICTION AS HEALING; MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN; PART IV
VARIATIONS IN SUFFERING ACCORDINGTO DIFFERENT CONTEXTUAL PRESSURESAFFECTING THE BODYAND TRANSFORMING DESIRE; THE NARRATIVE OF THE MAN WHO SUFFERS; PART V; BEING-IN-STORIES; ON THE LIMITS OF KNOWINGSUFFERING AND PAIN; SCREAMS, SHOUTS AND SILENCES; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX
Summary: This volume is the outcome of work done in the groundbreaking field of Narrative Medicine by an interdisciplinary research team based at the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES) and devoted to the international project Narrative and Medicine since 2009. The articles and essays gathered here, heterogeneous as they may be (such is the natural outcome of research carried out across disciplines), are not only of high caliber when read individually, but also constitute an inval...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; ON CLINICAL HISTORY; CONFRONTING THE OTHER; VENATIO, VEXATIO AND THE SUBDUCTIONOF MEANING IN MEDICINE; THE THIRD CULTURE; PART II; CAN YOU DIE FROM NOTBEING LISTENED TO?; NARRATIVE MEDICINE; LESSONS FROM A BRAIN DISEASE; SELVES, HOLDING THEIR OWN WITH ILLNESS; DISSONANCE AND DECISION; PART III; REPRESENTATIONS OF ILLNESSIN CONTEMPORARY SHORT FICTION; WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREAND THE REPRESENTATIONOF FEMALE MADNESS; POETICS OF TRAUMA; DON'T LOOK BACK; FICTION AS HEALING; MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN; PART IV

VARIATIONS IN SUFFERING ACCORDINGTO DIFFERENT CONTEXTUAL PRESSURESAFFECTING THE BODYAND TRANSFORMING DESIRE; THE NARRATIVE OF THE MAN WHO SUFFERS; PART V; BEING-IN-STORIES; ON THE LIMITS OF KNOWINGSUFFERING AND PAIN; SCREAMS, SHOUTS AND SILENCES; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX

This volume is the outcome of work done in the groundbreaking field of Narrative Medicine by an interdisciplinary research team based at the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES) and devoted to the international project Narrative and Medicine since 2009. The articles and essays gathered here, heterogeneous as they may be (such is the natural outcome of research carried out across disciplines), are not only of high caliber when read individually, but also constitute an inval...

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