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I was wondering if there are any books about cadavers that will help me with my English paper?..

We have to write a four page paper about organ/tissue donations, or something that is related to that topic. I obviously picked cadavers and I'm having a hard time looking for good books for my paper..
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We have a number of books that might be of interest to you.  Books can be found in IUCAT, or you can look at just ebooks using this libguide. 

 

A sample of some of the items that come up include:

 

After We Die : The Life and Times of the Human Cadaver by Norman Cantor

(pages 143-171 seem particularly rich)

 

Handbook of human tissue sources: a national resource of human tissue samples by Elisa Eiseman

(try chapter 9)

 

Legal & Ethical Aspects of Organ Transplantation by David Price

(try Part 1)

 

Raising the Dead : Organ Transplants, Ethics, and Society by Ronald Munson

 

And some government documents indexed by our catalog might also prove useful, such as:

 

The definition of death and the ethics of organ procurement from the deceased by Alan Rubenstein

 

Let me know if you need any help in finding the kind of books you want.

 

Cordially,

 

Matt Dilworth

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