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Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database

Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database NYU's Literature, Arts and Medicine Database is a collection of writings, art and film related to the medical humanities. This extensive section offers a look at dozens of works of literature from Jane Austin to Richard Wright. Each work is annotated with
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Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database


NYU's Literature, Arts and Medicine Database is a collection of writings, art and film related to the medical humanities. This extensive section offers a look at dozens of works of literature from Jane Austin to Richard Wright. Each work is annotated with summary and commentary and features a link to download the full text of that specific work. Teachers of English/Language Arts will love this site.

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