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Published August, 2020
By Kathleen O'Shea and Kathleen J. O'Shea
Publisher: Kent State University Press
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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. This collection of short stories, poems, and plays addresses these issues.

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Published November, 2019
By Woods Nash
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Camus's The Plague is widely regarded as a classic of 20th-century fiction and as an interesting point of reference for the field of health humanities. Woods Nash's edited collection of essays explores how The Plague illuminates important themes, ideas, dilemmas, and roles in modern healthcare.

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Published January, 2019
By Susan Stagno and Michael Blackie
Publisher: Kent State University Press
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Assembles an insightful group of contributors to discuss the ways in which medical professionals can powerfully engage with their students through a variety of literary texts, including the work of Leo Tolstoy, Mary Shelley, and Stephen King.

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Published October, 2018
By Cortney Davis and Jeanne Bryner
Publisher: Kent State University Press
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What is it like to be a student nurse? What are the joys, the stresses, the transcendent moments, the fall-off-your-bed laughing moments, and the terrors that have to be faced and stared down? In brave, revealing, and often humorous poetry and prose, Learning to Heal explores these questions with contributions by nurses from a variety of social, ethnic, and geographical backgrounds.

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Published September, 2018
By David Alan Johnson
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Published November, 2017
By Verlyn Flieger
Publisher: Kent State University Press
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Devoted to Tolkien, the teller of tales and cocreator of the myths they brush against, these essays focus on his lifelong interest in and engagement with fairy stories, the special world that he called faerie, a world they both create and inhabit, and with the elements that make that world the special place it is.

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Published July, 2017
By Jerald Winakur and Alan Shapiro
Publisher: Kent State University Press
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Offers a plea, a prayer, a path for caregivers and patients, for all of us who struggle in difficult circumstances for understanding, enlightenment, and healing. This book is a treatise on the importance of self-reflection, attentiveness to our own inner voice and needs, as well as to those who are struggling with illness, age, infirmity, and loss.

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Published November, 2016
By Allan Peterkin and Pamela Brett-MacLean
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Published April, 2016
By L. Kerr Dunn
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Published March, 2015
By Cortney Davis
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