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The empathy exams: essays is a collection of intelligent, thoughtful essays about understanding pain in ourselves and others leslie jamison writes about a wide range of physical and emotional suffering with great insight. Get exclusive editions of the hottest new titles what are we reading visit our newest store. The empathy exams: essays [leslie jamison] these are some of the questions explored by leslie jamison in her book: the empathy exams jamison uses examples from a cross section of stories from her own personal experiences and in doing so, she shows the reader, in addition to telling, what it is like to have empathy with trauma comes.
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Empathy exams essays by leslie jamison available in trade paperback on powellscom, also read synopsis and reviews from personal loss to phantom diseases, a bold and brilliant collection, winner of the graywolf. Leslie jamison is the author of the empathy exams her essays have appeared in the believer , harper’s , oxford american , a public space , tin house , and the best american essays she is a regular columnist for the new york times book review and lives in brooklyn, new york.
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