Life writing is a narrative and discourse on the self from social, psychological and biographical perspectives. This special issue includes eleven essays addressing recurrent themes in life writing such as migration, medical narratives and cultural memories. Through voices of life, illness, suffering, disabilities and death, the authors not only question a traditional sense of self but also provoke further debates on human values and facets of identity formation.
and Hart, Jonathan Locke
"Introduction to Voices of Life, Illness and Disabilities in Life Writing and Medical Narratives."
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