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Emily Dickinson and medical ethics: the “Belle of Amherst” as ethicist

Bonnie Salomon Illinois, United States   It is a conceit of many a reader to interpret poetry as it affects their daily life. It certainly is a fancy of this reader, pouring over Emily Dickinson’s poems as a literary respite. While teaching a medical ethics course at a local college this past autumn, I stumbled […]