Kirklin, D (2008) Lessons in pity and caring from Dickens and Melville. Medical Humanities , 34 (2) 57 - 58. 10.1136/jmh.2008.001123.
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Suffering, grief, and marginalisation are just a few of the human experiences closely observed by authors in this issue of Medical Humanities. None of these are easy to endure or to witness, and yet the latter is exactly what these scholars have chosen to do.
|Title:||Lessons in pity and caring from Dickens and Melville|
|Keywords:||pity suffering grief|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > SLMS Planning and Performance Unit > PDS Tutors|
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