|Introduction. Memory and Anticipation: The Practice of Narrative Ethics ||ix|
|1 Narratives of Human Plight: A Conversation with Jerome Bruner ||3|
|2 The Ethics of Medicine, as Revealed in Literature ||10|
|3 Like an Open Book: Reliability, Intersubjectivity, and Textuality in Bioethics ||21|
|IINARRATIVE COMPONENTS OF BIOETHICS|
|4 Context: Backward, Sideways, and Forward ||39|
|Hilde Lindemann Nelson|
|5 Voice in the Medical Narrative ||48|
|7 The Idea of Character ||69|
|Anne Hunsaker Hawkins|
|8 Plot: Framing Contingency and Choice in Bioethics ||77|
|9 The Reader’s Response and Why It Matters in Biomedical Ethics ||85|
|Charles M. Andersonand|
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Book title: Stories Matter:The Role of Narrative in Medical Ethics.
Contributors: Rita Charon - Editor, Martha Montello - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: v.
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