Oliver Sacks Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Contemporary Literary Criticism)


Anderson, Brom. “Two Healers.” Yale Review 77, no. 2 (March 1988): 172-82.

Labels the case histories of The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat “dramas of identity.”

Anker, Roy. “Finding Life in the Movies.” Cresset 55, no. 7 (May 1992): 27-30.

Contrasts Awakenings with its cinematic adaptation.

Budge, Alice, and Emil Dickstein. “The Doctor as Patient: Bioethical Dilemmas Reflected in Literary Narratives.” Literature and Medicine 7 (1988): 132-37.

Examines the depiction of doctor-patient relationships in A Leg to Stand On....

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