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Webb, Jean (2016)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: BF, PZ
In his article ‘Narrative Matters’, Gordon Bates (Bates,\ud 2016) discusses the relevance of the humanities, and in\ud particular that of fiction, in helping us to understand the\ud experiences and problems of adolescents suffering men-\ud tal health problems. Notably, the number of novels pub-\ud lished for children and adolescents that focus on mental\ud health problems has risen considerably since the begin-\ud ning of this century. The ‘Goodreads’ (Goodreads, 2016)\ud website lists more than 1000 fiction titles on matters\ud pertaining to mental illness published for the UK and US\ud markets since 2000.

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