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  1. Frank Brennan (2011). Response. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 8 (2):217-218.
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  2. F. Brennan & M. Dash (2008). The Year of Magical Thinking: Joan Didion and the Dialectic of Grief. Medical Humanities 34 (1):35-39.
    Joan Didion is a prominent American writer. In late 2003, while her only child lay critically ill, her husband, John, died suddenly. Theirs was a marriage of great intimacy and love. Grief enveloped her. Eventually she began to write an account of the first 12 months of her bereavement and the vigil for her child: The year of magical thinking. Raw, insightful and challenging, it is a rich, generous and graceful document. Didion draws on the literature of grief, personal and (...)
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  3. Frank Brennan (2006). Dreaming From the Heart of Australia Twenty Years On - Reflecting on Pope John Paul II's 1986 Visit to Alice Springs. The Australasian Catholic Record 83 (3):274.
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  4. F. Brennan (2004). “As Vast as the World”—Reflections on A Very Easy Death by Simone de Beauvoir. Medical Humanities 30 (2):85-90.
    In 1964, Simone de Beauvoir, arguably one of the greatest writers of 20th century Europe, published an account of the final 6 weeks of her mother’s life. It is a beautifully written, raw, honest, and powerful evocation of that period from the viewpoint of a relative. Its themes are universal—love, ambivalence in family ties, loss, and bereavement. Given that the events preceded the modern palliative care movement, reflections are made on differences in medical practice since the book’s publication.
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  5. Frank Brennan (2000). The High Price of Earth Without Heaven: A Spirituality for the New Millennium. The Australasian Catholic Record 77 (4):438.
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  6. Frances Brennan & Nicholas Griffin (1997). Russell's Marginalia in His Copy of James's Principles of Psychology. Russell 17 (2).
     
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