01--Suffering General

Amato, Joseph Anthony, & David Monge.  Victims and values:  a history and a theory of suffering.  Foreword by Eugen Weber.  New York:  Praeger, 1990.  236p.

Averill, James H.  Wordsworth [1770-1850] and the poetry of human suffering.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 1980.  291p.

Bakan, David.  Disease, pain, & sacrifice:  toward a psychology of suffering.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1968.  134p.

Balswick, Judith K., & Jack Balswick.  Families in pain:  working through the hurts.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Fleming H. Revell, 1997.  256p.

Barfoot, Edith May.  The witness of Edith Barfoot:  the joyful vocation to suffering.  Foreword by Basil Blackwell, with some account of her life and tributes by her friends.  Oxford:  Blackwell, 1977.  40p.

Benner, David G.  Healing emotional wounds.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Baker Book House, 1990.  137p.

Bertrand, Louis (1866-1941).  The art of suffering.  Translated Le livre de consolation & abridged (omitting section on revolutions) by E. F. Peeler.  Introduction by C. C. Martindale.  London:  Sheed & Ward, 1936.  242p.

Blake, Buchanan.  The meaning of suffering in human life.  Paisley:  A. Gardner, 1922.  174p.

Bond, Charles John.  The nature and meaning of evil and suffering as seen from evolutionary standpoint.  London:  H. K. Lewis & co., 1937.  29p.

Boston, Thomas (1676-1732).  The crook in the lot.  London:  the Religious tract society, 183?.  142p.  Suffering & the providence of God.

Breakstone, Raymond, et al.  Job:  a case study.  New York:  Bookman Associates, 1964.  320p.

Caesar, Adrian.  Taking it like a man:  suffering, sexuality, and the war poets:  Brooke, Sassoon, Owen, Graves.  Manchester;  New York:  Manchester University Press;  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1993.  246p.  Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967), Rupert Brooke (1887-1915),  Wilfred Owen (1893-1918), Robert Graves (1895-), psychology & English poetry.

Carotenuto, Aldo.  Eros and pathos:  shades of love and suffering.  Translated Eros e pathos:  margini dell'amore e della sofferenza (1988) by Charles Nopar.  Toronto, Canada:  Inner City Books, 1989.  141p.

Carroll, Robert Sproul (1869-1949).  The soul in suffering; a practical application of spiritual truths.  New York:  Macmillan, 1919.  241p.

Casey, Joseph H.  From why to yes:  pain uncovers the meaningful life to a philosopher.  Washington, D.C.:  University Press of America, 1982.  101p.  Catholic Church clergy who has heart surgery.

Cassell, Eric J.  The nature of suffering:  and the goals of medicine.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1991.  254p. 

Cedarholm, Anton.  My nervous breakdown:  "the conquest of fear."  Waterloo, IA:  The Cedar publishing, 1945.  131p.  Suffering in mental health.

Cole, Douglas.  Suffering and evil in the plays of Christopher Marlowe [1564-1593].  New York:  Gordian Press, 1972.  274p.  Doctoral dissertation, Princeton University, 1960.

Cole, John Leonard.  Wheel-chair philosophy.  Introduction by William Valentine Kelley.  New York:  Eaton & Mains;  Cincinnati:  Jennings & Graham, 1913.  154p.  Notebook kept by a pupil during a two years' course in the school of affliction.

Crampton, Georgia Ronan.  The condition of creatures:  suffering and action in Chaucer and Spenser.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1974.  207p.  Geoffrey Chaucer (d.1400) & Edmund Spenser (1552?-1599).

Davitz, Joel Robert, Lois Leiderman Davitz & Lois Jean Davitz.  Inferences of patients' pain and psychological distress:  studies of nursing behaviors.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1981.  209p.

Davitz, Lois Jean, Lois Leiderman Davitz, Joel Robert Davitz & Charlene Fischi Rubin.  Nurses' responses to patients' suffering.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1980.  152p.

De Beausobre, Iulia (1893-1977).  Creative suffering.  Westminster, London:  Dacre Press, 1940.  47p.

DeBellis, Robert, et al, eds.  Suffering:  psychological and social aspects in loss, grief, and care.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1986.  196p.  Published as Loss, grief & care:  a journal of professional practice, volume 1, 1986.

Ditzen, Lowell Russell (1913-1987).  The storm and the rainbow; ways to understand and meet our personal tragedies.  New York:  Holt, 1959.  118p.

Dore, Clement.  God, suffering, and solipsism.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1989.  120p.  (Solipsism:  self can only know its own modifications & is the only existent thing.)

Downing, Sophie E. C.  Songs in the valley of Achor.  New York:  Anson D. F. Randolph & Company, 1874.  88p.  Poetry on death & suffering.

Duck, Diane Clark.  The value of suffering.  San Antonio, TX:  D. Duck, 1994.  85p.

Duportal, Marguerite.  A key to happiness:  the art of suffering.  Translated De la souffrance from the French by Romuald Pecasse.  Milwaukee:  The Bruce publishing company, 1944.  124p.

East, John (1827-1838), ed.  On affliction and desertion.  London:  Seeley and Burnside, 1838.  358p. 

Everett, Caroline Kane Mills (d. 1921).  The privilege of pain.  Introduction by Kate Douglas Wiggin.  Boston:  Small, Maynard & company, 1920.  105p.

Ferrell, Betty Rolling, ed.  Suffering.  Sudbury, MA:  Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1996.  238p.

Gilbert, Paul.  Human nature and suffering.  Hove:  Erlbaum, 1989;  New York:  Guilford Press, 1992.  406p. 

Gould, Thomas.  The ancient quarrel between poetry and philosophy.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1990.  318p.  Suffering in ancient literature.

Grabher, Gudrun M., et al.  Suffering in literature:  memorial volume for Sepp L. Tiefenthaler.  Innsbruck:  Verlag des Instituts für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck, 1994.  266p.  Suffering in literature & history.

Harband, Beatrice M.  Daughters of darkness in sunny India.  New York;  Chicago;  Toronto;  London;  Edinburgh:  Fleming H. Revell Company, 1903.  302p.  Suffering.

Hardy, Thomas John.  The voice from the valley:  studies in the relevance of suffering.  London:  Skeffington & son, ltd., 1936.  189p. 

Harris, Massimilla M., & Bud Harris.  Like gold through fire:  a message in suffering:  a guide for understanding the psychology of suffering and transformation.  Foreword by Robert Sardello.  Alexander, NC:  Alexander Books;  New York:  Midpoint Trade Books, 1996.  140p.  Suffering, Christianity & Jungian psychology.

Henberg, Marvin.  Retribution:  evil for evil in ethics, law, and literature.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 1990.  272p.  Suffering, consolation & punishment.

Hillis, Newell Dwight (1858-1929).  The misfortune of a world without pain.  New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1912.  73p.  Suffering.

Hinton, James (1822-1875).  The mystery of pain:  a book for the sorrowful.  New York:  D. Appleton and company, 1872;  New York:  D. Appleton, 1892.  101p.  Suffering.

Hoffman, Herman S. (bishop).  The gift of suffering.  New York:  Eaton & Mains;  Cincinnati, Jennings & Graham, 1912.  150p. 

Kahneman, Daniel, Ed Diener, & Norbert Schwarz, eds.  Well-being:  the foundations of hedonic psychology.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 1999.  593p.  Suffering & quality of life.

Kinget, G. Marian.  On being human and pleasure and pain:  two humanistic works.  Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, 1999.

Kleinman, Arthur.  The illness narratives:  suffering, healing, and the human condition.  New York:  Basic Books, 1988.  284p.

Kleinman, Arthur, Feena Das & Margaret Lock, eds.  Social suffering.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1997.  404p.

Lukas, Elisabeth S.  Meaning in suffering:  comfort in crisis through logotherapy.  Translated Auch dein Leiden hat Sinn from the German by Joseph B. Fabry.    Berkeley, CA:  Institute of Logotherapy Press, 1986.  159p.

May, William F.  The patient's ordeal.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1991.  218p.  Suffering & medical ethics.

Mayerfeld, Jamie.  Suffering and moral responsibility.  New York;  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 1999.  237p.  Suffering & ethics.

Mielke, Robert.  The riddle of the painful earth:  suffering and society in W.D. Howells' major writings of the early 1890s.  Kirksville, MO:  Thomas Jefferson University Press, Northeast Missouri State University;  Lanham, MD:  University Pub. Associates, 1994.  214p.  Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1986.  William Dean Howells (1837-1920).

Miller, Jerome A.  The way of suffering:  a geography of crisis.  Washington, D.C.:  Georgetown University Press, 1988.  203p.

Miri, Sujata.  Suffering.  Simla:  Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1976.  107p.  Doctoral thesis, University of Delhi.

Moulyn, Adrian C.  The meaning of suffering:  an interpretation of human existence from the viewpoint of time.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1982.  336p.

Neff, Merlin L.  Triumphant in suffering.  Mountain View, CA:  Pacific Press, 1954.  120p. 

Ormerod, James.  The wheel of suffering.  Derby, England:  Priv. print. by Bacon & Hudson ltd., 1944.  12p.

Paramananda, swami.  Glorifying pain and adversity.  Boston, MA:  The Vedanta centre;  La Crescneta, CA:  Ananda AshraMA:  1922.  10p.

Petrie, Asenath.  Individuality in pain and suffering.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1967.  153p.  2nd ed., 1978, 170p.

Pflaum, John H.  Delightism.  Original drawings by Ellen J. Stern.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1972.  174p.  Self-realization in suffering & social psychology.

Pruett, Gordon E.  The meaning and end of suffering for Freud [1856-1939] and the Buddhist tradition.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 1987.  511p.

Rico, Gabriele L.  Pain and possibility:  writing your way through personal crisis.  Los Angeles:  J.P. Tarcher;  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1991.  292p.  Suffering.

Roderey, Nicholas.  The way of power.  New York:  Philosophical Library, 1969.  187p.  Philosophy of power & suffering.

Ross, John Munder.  The sadomasochism of everyday life:  why we hurt ourselves -- and others -- and how to stop.  New York, NY:  Simon & Schuster, 1997.  239p.

Rowley, Harold Henry.  Submission in suffering, and other essays on Eastern thought.  Cardiff:  University of Wales Press, 1951.  170p.

Rowley, Harold Henry.  Submission in suffering:  a comparative study of Eastern thought.  Cardiff:  University of Wales press board, 1942.  55p. 

Schneiderman, Leo.  The literary mind:  portraits in pain and creativity.  New York, NY:  Human Sciences Press, 1988.  243p.  Suffering in psychoanalysis and literature.

Schweizer, Harold.  Suffering and the remedy of art.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1997.  215p.  Suffering in literature & art.

Simon, Roger I., Sharon Rosenberg, & Claudia Eppert, eds.  Between hope and despair:  pedagogy and the representation of historical trauma.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1999. 

Siu, Ralph Gun Hoy.  Panetics trilogy.  Washington, D.C.:  International Society for Panetics, 1993.  3 volumes:  v. 1. Less suffering for everybody:  an introduction to panetics;  v. 2. Panetics and Dukkha:  integrated study of the infliction of suffering and the reduction of infliction;  v. 3. Seeds of reflection:  word clusters for meditation on the infliction and the relief of suffering.  Suffering.

Slatoff, Walter Jacob.  The look of distance:  reflections on suffering & sympathy in modern literature--Auden to Agee, Whitman to Woolf.  Columbus:  Ohio State University Press, 1985.  309p. 

Smith, Gerrit (1797-1874), & Albert Barnes (1798-1870).  Correspondence of Gerrit Smith with Albert Barnes.  New-York:  American news company;  Philadelphia:  A. Winch, 1868.  132p.  The correspondence focuses upon the theology and suffering.

Smith, Susan.  Survivor psychology:  the dark side of a mental health mission.  Boka Raton, FL:  Upton Books, 1995.  233p.

Smolkin, Mitchell T.  Understanding pain:  interpretation & philosophy.  Malabar, FL:  R.E. Krieger Pub. Co., 1989.  92p.

Tatelbaum, Judy.  You don't have to suffer:  a handbook for moving beyond life's crises.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1989.  205p.

Taylor, Rodney L., & Jean Watson, eds.  They shall not hurt:  human suffering and human caring.  Boulder, CO:  Colorado Associated University Press, 1989.  140p.  Suffering, religion & medical ethics.

Tedeschi, Richard G., & Lawrence G. Calhoun.  Trauma & transformation:  growing in the aftermath of suffering.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1995.  163p.

Tedeschi, Richard G., Crystal L. Park & Lawrence G. Calhoun, eds.  Posttraumatic growth:  positive changes in the aftermath of crisis.  Mahwah, NJ:  Erlbaum, 1998.  258p.

Thayer, Earl Harrison.  The symphony of life in D minor;  or, The meaning of trouble.  Cleveland:  Central publishing house, 1935.  213p.  Suffering & meditations.

Van Zeller, Hubert.  Suffering in other words:  a presentation for beginners.  Springfield, IL:  Templegate, 1964.  96p.

Vash, Carolyn L.  Personality and adversity:  psychospiritual aspects of rehabilitation.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1994.  269p.  Personality growth in suffering.

Vasquez, Penelope Rainey.  Literary convention in scenes of madness and suffering in Greek tragedy.  New York:  [n.p.] 1972.  507p.  Doctoral thesis, Columbia University. 

Wieland-Burston, Joanne.  Contemporary solitude:  the joy and pain of being alone.  York Beach, ME:  Nicolas-Hays;  Samuel Weiser, 1996.  181p.

Wilson, Arthur Jess.  The emotional life of the ill and injured.  New York:  Social Sciences Publishers, 1950.  416p.  Suffering psychology & pathology.

Wilson, Edmund (1895-1972).  The wound and the bow:  seven studies in literature. New York:  Oxford University Press, 1941;  Athens:  Ohio University Press, 1997.  242p.  Suffering in literature.

Young-Eisendrath, Polly.  The gifts of suffering:  finding insight, compassion, and renewal.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley, 1996.  259p.

Young-Eisendrath, Polly.  The resilient spirit:  transforming suffering into insight and renewal.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley, 1997. 

Younghusband, Francis Edward.  Within; thoughts during convalescence.  London:  Williams & Norgate, 1912.  192p.  Life & suffering.