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by Martin Kohn,Carol Donley
Kohn, Martin; Donley, Carol C; Wear, Delese. This anthology is the first of a proposed series on Literature and Medicine.
Kohn, Martin; Donley, Carol C; Wear, Delese. -Cover p. 4. Includes index. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
Literature and Aging book. Some of the world's greatest literature is devoted to expressing the.
The art work is extraordinary and allows one to not only read about the historical views of aging but to also see old age depicted throughout history . Literature and Aging: An Anthology (Literature & Medicine).
The art work is extraordinary and allows one to not only read about the historical views of aging but to also see old age depicted throughout history in the art work from the Greek and Roman worlds to the 20th century.
Carol Donley and Martin Kohn believe that physicians stand at a unique vantage point as observers of the human condition. In this text, contributors attempt to prove this assertion through their prose on topics as diverse as the clashes between forces of creation and destruction, institutional economic survival, conflicts between genders and generations, balancing of primary care with specialization, issues of race and class, cultural displacement and the influence of William Carlos Williams on doctors and writing.
Literature and aging : an anthology. Martin Kohn, Carol C. Donley, Delese Wear. This book reflects on Samuel Shem's "The House of God" and its impact on medical resident education. Samuel Shem's "The House of God" is widely regarded as one of the most influential novels about. Samuel Shem's "The House of God" is widely regarded as one of the most influential novels abou. More).
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Carol Donley is the former Andrews Professor of Biomedical Humanities and Professor Emerita of English at Hiram College. Literature and Aging: An Anthology, Co-authored with Martin Kohn and Delese Wear. Kent State University Press, 1992. She has her BA from Hiram (Biology), MA and P. from Kent State University (English), and MA from CWRU School of Medicine (Bioethics).
Recognitions: Doctors and Their Stories (Literature & Medicine). ISBN 9780873387255 (978-0-87338-725-5) Softcover, The Kent State University Press, 2001.
Martin Kohn, Martin KÃ¶hn, Carol Donley. Some of the world's greatest literature is devoted to expressing the joys and sorrows humans experience as they grow old. New opportunities and challenges appear: retirement, a special closeness with the family, failing health, the recognition of personal mortality, prejudice against the elderly, and grief over the losses of loved ones and places. This collection of more than 60 short stories, poems, and plays addresses these issues primarily through the works of modern American writers, including Bernard Malamud, Eudora Welty, Saul Bellow, Edward.
Bibliographic Citation. Literature and Medicine 2002 Fall; 21(2): 319-324. Donley, Carol and Kohn, Martin (2002). Related Items in Google Scholar. Весь DSpace Сообщества и коллекции Авторы Названия By Creation Date Эта коллекция Авторы Названия By Creation Date.
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