Literature & Medicine Vol. 33 No. 1 Is Out Now

Literature & Medicine Vol. 33 no. 1 is out now.



Disembodiment and Identity in Literary Depictions of Epilepsy Surgery

Maria Vaccarella

Lauren Slater and the Experts: Malingering, Masquerade, and the Disciplinary Control of Diagnosis

Lindsey Grubbs

The Torments of Spring: Jake Barnes’s Phantom Limb in The Sun Also Rises

Michael Anesko

Passionate Virtue: Conceptions of Medical Professionalism in Popular Romance Fiction

Jessica Miller

The Body, Gender, and Biotechnology in Jeanette Winterson’s The Stone Gods

Luna Dolezal

A Narrative of Fear: Advice to Mothers

Berit Åström

Shirley Jackson’s “The Tooth”: Dentistry as Horror, the Imagination as a Shield

Robert Haas

Narratives of Public Health in Dickens’s Journalism: The Trouble with Sanitary Reform

Ralph F. Smith

Redefining the Poet as Healer: Valerie Gillies’s Collaborative Role in the Edinburgh Marie Curie Hospice Quiet Room Project

Laura Severin

Autism and the Question of the Human

Jenny BergenmarHanna Bertilsdotter RosqvistAnn-Sofie Lönngren


Wounded Heroes: Vulnerability as a Virtue in Ancient Greek Literature and Philosophy by Marina Berzins McCoy (review)

Arthur W. Frank

The Story of Pain: From Prayers to Painkillers by Joanna Bourke, and Pain and Suffering by Ronald Schleifer (review)

Anna Magdalena Elsner