Reading and writing cancer : how words heal / Susan Gubar.
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|Newton Co PL - Morocco Community Library||616.994 GUBAR (Text)||71561000133887||NWPLMNonfiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9780393246988
- ISBN: 0393246981
- Physical Description: 224 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : W. W. Norton & Company, 
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Coming to Terms -- Impatient Memoirs -- Sublime Artistry -- My Blog.
"Elaborating upon her "Living with Cancer" column in the New York Times, Susan Gubar helps patients, caregivers, and the specialists who seek to serve them. In a book both enlightening and practical, she describes how the activities of reading and writing can right some of cancer's wrongs. To stimulate the writing process, she proposes specific exercises, prompts, and models. In discussions of the diary of Fanny Burney, the stories of Leo Tolstoy and Alice Munro, numerous memoirs, novels, paintings, photographs, and blogs, Gubar shows how readers can learn from art that deepens our comprehension of what it means to live or die with the disease,"--Amazon.com.
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