A Handbook for the study of suicide
Provides perspectives on the fundamental concerns of suicide study from the viewpoints of history, philosophy, literature, anthropology, sociology, biology, psychiatry, and epidemiology.
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Literature in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
The Morality and Rationality of Suicide
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