Books & Reviews

Fizzah Ali

The creation of Tennessee Williams’ Blanche Dubois: a biographical psychotic neurotic

Sara Baker

The truth in facts is a derelict ruin: forging a self through fiction

Arpan K. Banerjee

Cinema MD: A History of Medicine on Screen
Literatim: essays at the intersections of medicine and culture
Book review: A Time for All Things. The Life of Michael E. DeBakey by Craig Miller

Sima Barmania

Book Review: Alain de Botton’s The Pleasures and Sorrow of Work

Cristóbal S Berry-Cabán

“Hiroshima” seventy-five years after the bombing

Laurence K. Chan

Book review: Nobel and Lasker Laureates of Chinese Descent: In Literature and Science

Rachel Conrad Bracken

The eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg and the diagnostic gaze as moral authority in The Great Gatsby

Shelley Co

Moreau’s mysterious creatures

JTH Connor

The craft of medical reflection
Review of: Health Humanities in Postgraduate Medical Education: A Handbook to the Heart of Medicine

Paul Dakin

Sign Gene: the first deaf superhero film

Sherrie Dulworth

Books: Catalysts for health care change

George Dunea

PDF Document Reading for pleasure

PDF Document Other ways in other worlds

PDF Document Symphonic praise

PDF Document The Anatomy of Melancholy

PDF Document On reading Proust

PDF Document Axel Munthe and the story of San Michele

Through the magic door with Conan Doyle
George Bernard Shaw’s The Doctor’s Dilemma
Embalming Vladimir Lenin
Giovanni Cortesi—Renaissance surgeon of Bologna and Messina
Live chicken for treating plague buboes
Reflections on time long gone by
From Baghdad to Chicago, by Asad A. Bakir

Carol-Ann Farkas

The woman doctor as medical and moral authority: Helen Brent MD 

James L. Franklin

Two Scottish tales of medical compassion

GI Joe: the life and career of Dr. Joseph B. Kirsner

Book review: The stomach – a biography by Jeremy Hugh Baron
Dr. Charles Drew, Philip Roth, and Race
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: a cautionary tale
Nikolai Gogol’s The Diary of a Madman
Philip Roth’s “Nemesis:” a lesson for today

Dustin Grinnell 

The anatomy of bibliotherapy: how fiction heals, part I
The anatomy of bibliotherapy: how fiction heals, part II
The anatomy of bibliotherapy: how fiction heals, part III

Peter Korsten

Thomas Mann’s “The Magic Mountain”: about a whistling pneumothorax and pulmonary tuberculosis

Carol Levine

The Lady Writer and the Valkyrie: Magda Szabo’s Novel The Door

Aging in (another) place: Magda Szabo’s novel Iza’s ballad

Christina Lee
        Queer and unked: disability, monstrosity, and George Eliot’s ‘Sympathy’

Yeji Lee

Black man, white coat

Ramon Lim

Self and the Phenomenon of Life: A Biologist Examines Life from Molecules to Humanity

Peter McCann

Suffering and empathy in the stories of Anton Chekhov and their relevance to healthcare today

Mary Ann McDermott

Book review: creative arts in humane medicine

Colin J. McDowall

Bibliotheca Sibbaldiana

Donna J.A. Olson

Edgar Allan Poe – a tormented literary genius

Solomon Posen

Saul Bellow’s Doctor Adler: the achieving medical father and his non-achieving son

Guillermo Quinonez and Laurette Geldenhuys

Canadian contributions to the study of pathology

Maria Sgouridou

Doctors and illness in Boccaccio’s Decameron

Heather Stewart

Feminist Epistemologies in A Woman Under the Influence

Rema Sundar

When a movie ticket to the battered may help!

Roslyn Weaver

North and South and the intersections of environment and health

Eelco Wijdicks

The bedside manners of Ingmar Bergman’s celluloid physicians

Richard Zhang

America’s Arab refugees: vulnerability and health on the margins