Literary Vignettes

Bernardo Ng

Mean dudes and mean deeds: Tarantino’s vision, Summer 2014

Bhupesh Prusty

A forbidden truth, Spring 2016

Bryant Phan

The illusion of rainbows, Fall 2014

George Dunea

All life is a gift, Spring 2013

The doctor’s revenge in Jules Verne’s Mathias Sandorf, Winter 2013

Edgar Allen Poe and The Masque of the Red Death, Winter 2013

The real Monte Cristo, Summer 2013

Gulliver’s visit to the Academy of Lagado, Summer 2012

Madame Bovary: The clubfoot operation, Summer 2012

Doctor in the House, Summer 2012

The physician in spite of himself, Spring 2012

The man of one book, Spring 2012

Jane Austen and the hypochondriacs, Fall 2011

Doctor and dictionary, Winter 2013

Edward Gibbon, Winter 2012

Francis Peabody: caring for the patient, Spring 2014

From Merdle to Madoff, Spring 2014

How the Poor Die by George Orwell, 1946, Winter 2012

The last illness of Père Goriot, Winter 2013

Lead poisoning in Northern Yorkshire, Winter 2012

Doctor Rabelais Part I: The education of Gargantua, Winter 2012

Doctor Rabelais Part II: The adventures of Pantagruel and Panurge, Winter 2012

Doctor Rabelais Part III: Doctor Rondibilis on bridling the senses, Summer 2012

Doctor Rabelais Part IV: Rabelais on women and doctors, Winter 2012

Religio Medici by Sir Thomas Browne, Winter 2012

The doctor as writer, Winter 2013

The tree doctor, Summer 2014

The Lord’s Prayer, Summer 2015

Tom Jones Medical, Summer 2015

The Lifted Veil by George Eliot, Summer 2015

Jared Griffin

Thomas De Quincey and Confessions of an English Opium-Eater: Opium as Medicine and Beyond, Spring 2015

Juliet Beckman Hubbell

Mysterious Muse, Spring 2015

Katharine Lawrence

Tolstoy, The Death of Ivan Ilych, and the five stages of grief, Spring 2016

Literary Vignette

Peter Mark Roget, MD, FRS of the Thesaurus, Spring 2012

Plato on free and slave doctors, Winter 2012

On the skill of physicians, Spring 2014

On being idle and a patient, Spring 2014

Michael Bloor

Mikhael Bulgakov’s “The Steel Windpipe” in A Country Doctor’s Notebook, Spring 2015

Anton Chekhov and the Sakhalin Penal Colony, Fall 2015

Nicholas Kang

Nabokov's first masterpiece, Summer 2014

Paul Dakin

"Super" heroes: Special powers in deaf characters, Summer 2014

Putzer Hung

Where no birds sing: tuberculosis in Keats’ “La Belle Dame Sans Merci”, Spring 2015

Sally Metzler

Does art belong in a doctor's office?, Spring 2013

Solomon Posen

The doctor in bed with the patient, Spring 2013

The vindictive departmental chairman: a hospital tale of the 1970’s, Spring 2013

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