02--Suicide:  The Tragedy, Understanding & Impact

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Aldridge, David.  Suicide:  the tragedy of hopelessness.  London;  Philadelphia:  Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998.  311p.

Alpert, George.  Second chance to live:  the suicide syndrome.  New York:  Da Capo Press, 1975.  100p.

Alvarez, Alfred.  The savage god:  a study of suicide.  London:  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1971.  249p.  New York:  Random House, 1972.  299p.  New York:  W.W. Norton, 1990.  320p.

Améry, Jean.  On suicide:  a discourse on voluntary death.  Translated by John D. Barlow.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1999.  160p.

Andics, Margarethe von.  Suicide and the meaning of life.  Preface by Cyril Burt.  London:  W. Hodge, 1947.  219p.

Arngrim, Torben.  Attempted suicide:  etiology and long term prognosis:  a personal follow-up study.  Odense, Denmark:  Odense University Press, 1975.  191p.

Athill, Diana.  After a funeral.  New York:  Ticknor & Fields, 1986.  158p.

Atkinson, John Maxwell.  Discovering suicide:  studies in the social organization of sudden death.  London:  Macmillan;  Pittsburgh, PA:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1978.  225p.

Baechler, Jean.  Les suicides.  Preface by Raymond Aron.  Paris:  Calmann-Lévy, 1975.  650p.  2nd ed., 1981, 662p.

Baechler, Jean.  Suicides.  Foreword by Raymond Aron.  Translated from the French by Barry Cooper.  New York:  Basic Books, 1979.  474p.

Barnard, Christiaan.  Good life good death:  a doctor's case for euthanasia and suicide.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1980.  146p.

Barraclough, Brian, & Jennifer Hughes.  Suicide:  clinical and epidemiological studies.  London;  New York:  Croom Helm, 1987.  188p.

Barrington, George (1755-1804).  Biographical annals of suicide, or Horrors of self-murder, whether impelled by love, penury, depravity, melancholy, bigotry, remorse, or jealousy.  London:  Tegg and Castleman, 1803.  251p.

Battin, M. Pabst, & David J. Mayo, eds.  Suicide:  the philosophical issues.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1980.  292p.

Beauchamp, Tom L., & Robert M. Veatch, eds.  Ethical issues in death and dying.  2nd ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1996.  458p.  Terminally ill, euthanasia, suicide.

Bednar, Richard L., et al.  Psychotherapy with high-risk clients:  legal and professional standards.  Pacific Grove, CA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1991.  226p.  Law with respect to insane, ill and suicidal. 

Bender, David L., ed.  Problems of death:  opposing viewpoints.  St. Paul, MN:  Greenhaven Press, 1985.  First published 1974.

Berent, Irving.  The algebra of suicide.  New York, NY:  Human Sciences Press, 1981.  205p.

Biskup, Michael, & Carol Wekesser, eds.  Suicide:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego:  Greenhaven Press, 1992.  188p.

Blackburn, Bill.  What you should know about suicide.  Waco, TX:  Word Books, 1982.  Dallas:  Work Pub., 1990.  155p.

Bolton, Iris, & Curtis Mitchell.  My son--my son--:  a guide to healing after a suicide in the family.  Atlanta, GA:  Bolton Press, 1983.  110p.

Bosselman, Beulah Chamberlain.  Self-destruction:  a study of the suicidal impulse.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1958.  94p.

Brooke, Eileen M., ed.  Suicide and attempted suicide.  Geneva:  World Health Organization, 1974.  127p.

Brophy, Brigid.  Black ship to hell.  London:  Secker & Warburg;  New York:  Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962.  492p.  Suicide & rationalism.

Cain, Albert C., ed.  Survivors of suicide.  Foreword by Edwin S. Shneidman.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1972.  303p.

Campbell, Robert, & Diané Collinson.  Ending lives.  Oxford, UK;  New York:  B. Blackwell with the Open University, 1988.  203p.

Cavan, Ruth Shonle.  Suicide.  New York:  Russell & Russell, 1965.  359p.

Chesler-Gampel, Julia.  Suicidal acts and in-patient psychiatric care.  Jerusalem:  State of Israel, Ministry of Health, Mental Health Services, 1973.  95p.

Chesser, Eustace.  Living with suicide.  London:  Hutchinson, 1967.  176p.

Chesser, Eustace.  Why suicide?  London:  Arrow Books, 1968.  192p.

Choron, Jacques.  Suicide.  New York:  Scribner, 1972.  182p.

Chu, Paul E.  The tragedy of suicide:  the purpose of earth life.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  World View Press, 1992.  98p.  Suicide, astral body & reincarnation.

Cioran, Emile M.  The new gods. Translated Mauvais démiurge from the French by Richard Howard.  New York:  Quadrangle, 1974.  120p.

Clemons, James T., ed.  Perspectives on suicide.  Louisville, KY:  Westminster/J. Knox Press, 1990.  130p.

Coleman, Loren.  Suicide clusters.  Boston:  Faber and Faber, 1987.  149p.

Coleman, William L.  Understanding suicide.  Elgin, IL:  D. C. Cook Pub. Co., 1979.  172p.

Colt, George Howe.  The enigma of suicide.  New York:  Summit Books, 1991.  575p.

Cull, John G., & Wayne S. Gill.  Suicide probability scale (SPS) manual.  Los Angeles, CA:  Western Psychological Services, 1982.  67p.

Cutter, Fred.  Art and the wish to die.  Chicago:  Nelson-Hall, 1983.  294p.  Suicide, art & mental illness.

Danto, Bruce L., Austin H. Kutscher & Lillian G. Kutscher, eds.  Suicide and bereavement.  New York:  MSS Information Corp.:  Arno Press, 1977.  260p.

Danto, Bruce L., Austin H. Kutscher & Lillian G. Kutscher.  Suicide and bereavement.  New York:  MSS Information Corp.:  Arno Press, 1977.  260p.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1866-1944).  The feebly inhibited:  nomadism, or the wandering impulse, with special reference to heredity:  inheritance of temperament, with special reference to twins and suicides.  New York:  Garland Pub., 1984.  158p.  Originally published:  Washington, D.C.:  Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1915.

DeCatanzaro, Denys.  Suicide and self-damaging behavior:  a sociobiological perspective.  New York:  Academic Press, 1981.  246p.

Diekstra, René F. W., et al.  Suicide and its prevention:  the role of attitude and imitation.  Leiden;  New York:  E.J. Brill, 1989.  371p.  Published under the auspices of the World Health Organization.

Dios Chemical Company.  Sedatives and suicides.  St. Louis:  Dios chemical co., 1942.  23p.  Written by a registered physician for the medical profession.

Donne, John (1572-1631).  Biathanatos.  Reproduced from the first edition, with a bibliographical note by John William Hebel.  New York:  The Facsimile Text Society, 1930.  Originally published in 1648 by John Donne’s son, John Donne (1604-1662), 220p., and originally titled:  BIANTHANTOS:  A declaration of that paradoxe, or thesis, that selfe-homicide is not so naturally sinne, that it may never be otherwise.  Wherein the nature, and the extent of all those lawes, which seeme to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed.

Dublin, Louis Israel, & Bessie Bunzel.  To be, or not to be:  a study of suicide.  New York:  H. Smith and R. Haas, 1933.  443p. 

Dublin, Louis Israel.  Suicide:  a sociological and statistical study.  New York:  Ronald, 1963.  240p.

Dunne, Edward J., John L. McIntosh & Karen Dunne-Maxim, eds.  Suicide and its aftermath:  understanding and counseling the survivors.  New York:  Norton, 1987.  320p.

Durkheim, Emile (1858-1917).  Suicide:  a study in sociology.  Translated Le suicide, étude de sociologie (Paris:  F. Alcan, 1897;  Paris:  Presses universitaires de France, 1960 & revised 1967, 463p.) by John A. Spaulding and George Simpson.  Edited with introduction by George Simpson.  London:  Routledge & K. Paul, 1952.  404p.  Series:  International Library of Sociology and Social Reconstruction, London.  German translation, Der Selbstmord, 1973, 519p.

Eckstein, Jerome.  The deathday of Socrates:  living, dying and immortality--the theater of ideas in Plato's Phaedo.  Frenchtown, NJ:  Columbia Pub. Co., 1981.  285p.  Suicide.

Eissler, Kurt Robert.  Victor Tausk's suicide.  New York, N.Y.:  International Universities Press, 1983.  322p.

Ellis, Edward Robb, & George N. Allen.  Traitor within: our suicide problem.  Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1961.  237p.

Euthanasia:  compassionate death.  N.S.W. Humanist Society.  Beverly Hills, Australia:  The Society, 1973.  7p.

Everstine, Diana Sullivan, & Louis Everstine.  People in crisis:  strategic therapeutic interventions.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1983.  258p.

Farber, Maurice L.  Theory of suicide.  New York:  Funk & Wagnalls, 1968.  New York:  Arno Press, 1977.  115p.

Farberow, Norman L.  Personality patterns of suicidal mental hospital patients.  And Sex-rôle identification in young children in two diverse social groups by Meyer Rabban.  Provincetown, MA:  Journal Press, 1950.  158p.  The first study is a thesis, University of California, and the second, a thesis, Columbia University. 

Farberow, Norman L., & Edwin S. Shneidman, ed.  The cry for help.  Foreword by Robert H. Felix.  New York:  Blakiston Division, McGraw-Hill, 1961.  398p.

Farberow, Norman L., ed.  Suicide in different cultures.  Baltimore:  University Park Press, 1975.  286p.

Farberow, Norman L., ed.  The many faces of suicide:  indirect self-destructive behavior.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1980.  446p.

Farr, Moira.  After Daniel:  a suicide survivor's tale.  Toronto:  HarperCollins, 1999. 

Fedden, Robin (1908-1977).  Suicide:  a social and historical study.  London:  P. Davies limited, 1938.  New York, B. Blom, 1972.  New York:  Arno Press, 1980.  351p.

Feldman, Fred.  Confrontations with the reaper:  a philosophical study of the nature and value of death.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992.  249p.  Death, life, abortion & suicide.

Feldman, Fred.  Confrontations with the reaper:  a philosophical study of the nature and value of death.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992.  249p.

Feldman, Marvin J., Paul J. Handal & Hyman S. Barahal, et al.  Fears related to death and suicide.  New York:  MSS Information Corp., 1974.  221p.  Collection of articles previously published in various journals. 

Ferri, Enrico (1856-1929).  Homicidio-suicidio.  Madrid, Spain:  Editorial Reus, s.a., 1934.  319p.  Apendice:  La evolución del suicidio al homicidio en los dramas de amor. 

Firestone, Robert.  Suicide and the inner voice:  risk assessment, treatment, and case management.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1997.  333p.

Fizzotti, Eugenio, & Angelo Gismondi.  Il suicidio:  vuoto esistenziale e ricerca di senso.  Torino:  Società editrice internazionale, 1991.  226p.  Insights from/about Viktor Frankl & logotherapy.

Flanders, Stephen A.  Suicide.  Bibliographic materials prepared by Mary Lou Cass.  New York:  Facts on File, 1991.  214p.

Flescher, Joachim.  Suicide--man's fate? Genetic prevention.  New York:  D.T.R.B. Editons, 1971.  154p.  Suicide, violence & Jewish persecutions.

Freese, Arthur S.  Adolescent suicide, mental health challenge.  New York:  Public Affairs Committee, 1979.  20p.

Fuse, Toyomasa.  Suicide, individual, and society.  Toronto:  Canadian Scholars' Press, 1997.  400p.

Gentles, Ian, J., ed.  Euthanasia and assisted suicide:  the current debate.  Toronto, Canada:  Stoddart, 1995.  131p.

Gernsbacher, Larry Morton.  The suicide syndrome:  origins, manifestations, and alleviation of human self-destructiveness.  New York, NY:  Human Sciences Press, 1985.  335p.

Gibbs, Jack P., & Walter T. Martin.  Status integration and suicide; a sociological study.  Eugene, OR:  University of Oregon Books, 1964.  225p.

Gibbs, Jack P., ed.  Suicide.  New York, Harper & Row, 1968.  338p.

Ginsberg, Ralph B.  Anomie and aspirations:  a reinterpretation of Durkheim's theory.  New York:  Arno Press, 1980.  328p.  Doctoral thesis, Columbia University, 1966.  On Émile Durkheim (1858-1917).

Grandel, Siegfried.  Selbstmord und psychiatrische Behandlung.  Wunstorf/Hann.:  Psychiatrie-Verlag, 1978.  2 volumes:  1. Suizide in psychiatrischen Krankenhausern;  2. Müller, D. Zum Suizid psychisch Kranker nach Entlassung aus stationärer psychiatrischer Behandlung.

Gratton, C., ed.  Self destruction and self creation.  Pittsburgh:  Institute of Man, 1970.  134p.  Various views of suicide, including Adler’s and themes in Thomas Mann.

Grollman, Earl A.  Suicide:  prevention, intervention, postvention.  2nd ed.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1988.  151p.

Guderian, Curt.  Die beihülfe zum selbstmord und die Tötung des einwilligenden.  Berlin:  E. Ebering, 1899.  82p.  Suicide & criminal in Germany.

Guernsey, Rocellus Sheridan (1836-1918).  Suicide: history of the penal laws relating to it in their legal, social, moral, and religious aspects, in ancient and modern times.  New York, L. K. Strouse & co., 1883.  46p.  Read before the N. Y. medico-legal society, Sept. 23d, 1875.

Guillon, Claude, & Yves Le Bonniec..  Suicide, mode d'emploi:  histoire, technique, actualité.  Paris:  A. Moreau, 1982.  276p.

Hafen, Brent Q., ed.  Self destructive behavior:  a national crisis.  Comments by Eugene J. Faux.  Minneapolis:  Burgess Pub. Co., 1972.  330p.

Hankoff, L. D., & Bernice Einsidler, eds.  Suicide:  theory and clinical aspects.  Littleton, MA:  PSG Pub. Co., 1979.  464p.

Hatton, Corrine Loing, Sharon McBride Valente & Alice Rink, eds.  Suicide:  assessment and intervention.  Foreword by Edwin S. Shneidman.  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1977.  220p.  2nd ed., 1984, 288p.

Hawton, Keith, & Kees van Heeringen, eds.  The international handbook of suicide and attempted suicide.  New York:  Wiley, 2000.

Heillig, Roma Jocene.  Adolescent suicidal behavior:  a family systems model.  Ann Arbor, MI:  UMI Research Press, 1983.  155p.  Ph.D. Thesus, University of Massachusetts, 1980. 

Hendin, Herbert.  Suicide and Scandinavia:  a psychoanalytic study of culture and character.  New York:  Grune & Stratton, 1964.  153p.

Heuyer, Georges.  Psychoses collectives et suicides collectifs.  Paris:  Presses universitaires de France, 1973.  125p.

Hewett, John H.  After suicide.  Philadelphia:  Westminster Press, 1980.  119p.  Ethics & consolation.

Hillman, James.  Suicide and the soul.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1964.  Dallas, TX:  Spring Publications, 1985, 1976.  191p.  Psychoanalysis.

Hoffman, Frederick Ludwig (1865-1946).  Suicide problems.  Newark, NJ:  Prudential Press, 1928.  270p.  Reprinted from the Spectator and other publications. 

Humphry, Derek.  Final exit:  the practicalities of self-deliverance and assisted suicide for the dying.  Eugene, OR:  Hemlock Society;  Secaucus, NJ:  Carol Pub., 1991.  192p.  New York:  Dell Trade Paperback, 1996.  206p.

Humphry, Derek.  Lawful exit:  the limits of freedom for help in dying.  Junction City, OR:  Norris Lane Press, 1993.  166p.  Assisted suicide.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd, & Elizabeth Held Forsyth.  Suicide:  the hidden epidemic.  2nd ed.  New York:  F. Watts, 1986.  142p.  3rd ed.  Minneapolis, MN:  CompCare, 1989.  142p.

Ingersoll, Robert Green (1833-1899).  Is suicide a sin?  Robert G. Ingersoll's famous letter. Replies by eminent men and Col. Ingersoll's brilliant rejoinder. Prefaced by a startling chapter, Great suicides of history!  New York: Holland Publishing Company, 1895.  95p.

International Congress for Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention.  9th:  1977:  Helsinki, Finland.  Editors, V. Aalberg, J. Lehtonen, T. Niemi & Liisa Ollikainen.  Helsinki:  Finnish Association for Mental Health, 1978.  576p.  10th: June 17-20, 1979:  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  Ottawa:  International Association for Suicide Prevention, 1979.  156p.

Jacobs, Douglas G., ed.  The Harvard Medical School guide to suicide assessment and intervention.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1999.  704p.

Jacobs, Douglas, & Herbert N. Brown, eds.  Suicide:  understanding and responding:  Harvard Medical School perspectives.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1989.  505p.

Jacobs, Douglas.  Suicide and clinical practice.  Washington, DC.:  American Psychiatric Press, 1992.  189p.

Jacobs, Jerry.  Adolescent suicide.  New York:  Irvington, 1980.  147p.

Jamison, Stephen.  Assisted suicide:  a decision-making guide for health professionals.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1997.  248p.

Jarosz, Maria.  Suicide.  Translated by Helena Grzegolowska-Klarkowska.  Warsaw, Poland:  Institute of Political Studies Polish Academy of Sciences, 1998.  185p.

Kader, Boris M.  Life, I salute you! an old world crumbling, a new world forming.   Foreword by Reinhold Niebuhr.  Cambridge, MA:  Sci-art publishers, 1945.  368p.

Keir, Norman.  I can't face tomorrow:  help for those troubled by thoughts of suicide.  Wellingborough, Northamptonshire;  Rochester, VT:  Thorsons Pub. Group.  1986.  San Bernardino, CA:  Borgo Press, 1988, 1986.  192p.

Kerr, M. E.  Sudden endings.  Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1964.  274p.

Kevorkian, Jack.  Prescription--medicide:  the goodness of planned death.  Buffalo, N.Y.:  Prometheus Books, 1991.  268p.  Euthanasia.

Kiev, Ari.  The suicidal patient:  recognition and management.  Chicago:  Nelson-Hall, 1977.  157p.

Kreitman, Norman, ed.  Parasuicide.  London;  New York:  Wiley, 1977.  193p.

Kruijt, Cornelius Simon.  Social stress in the affluent society:  suicide as indicator.  The Hague:  Ministry of Housing and Physical Planning, 1975.  41p.

Landsberg, Paul-Louis (1901-1944).  The experience of death;  The moral problem of suicide.  2 volumes in 1.  Translated Essai sur l'expérience de la mort and of Le problème moral du suicide by Cynthia Rowland.  New York:  Arno Press, 1977.  102p.  Reprint of the ed. published by Rockliff, London, 1953.

Leenaars, Antoon A., & Alan L. Berman, et al, eds.  Suicidology:  essays in honor of Edwin S. Shneidman.  Northvale, NJ:  Aronson, 1993.  418p.

Leonard, Calista V.  Understanding and preventing suicide.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1967.  351p.

Lester, David, & Gene Lester.  Crime of passion:  murder and the murderer.  Chicago:  Nelson Hall, 1975.  306p.  Murder & suicide.

Lester, David, ed.  Current concepts of suicide.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1990.  236p.

Lester, David, ed.  Why women kill themselves.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1988.  148p.

Lester, David.  Making sense of suicide:  an in-depth look at why people kill themselves.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1997.  195p.

Lester, David.  Patterns of suicide and homicide in America.  Commack, NY:  Nova Science Publishers, 1994.  104p.

Lester, David.  Suicide as a learned behavior.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1987.  134p.

Lester, David.  Suicide from a psychological perspective.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1988.  133p.

Lester, David.  Suicide in creative women.  New York:  Nova Science Publishers, 1993.  New York:  Kroshka Books, 1996.  160p.

Lester, David.  The biochemical basis of suicide.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1988.  143p.

Lester, David.  Understanding and preventing suicide:  new perspectives.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1990.  121p.

Lester, David.  Why people kill themselves:  a 1980's summary of research findings on suicidal behavior.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1972.  353p.  2nd ed., 1983, 162p.  3rd ed., 1992, 438p.

Lester, Gene, & David Lester.  Suicide: the gamble with death.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1971.  176p.

Lettieri, Dan J., ed.  Drugs and suicide:  when other coping strategies fail.  Beverly Hills:  Sage Publications, 1978.  303p.

Long, Robert Emmet, ed.  Suicide.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 1995.  162p.

Lum, Doman.  Responding to suicidal crisis:  for church and community.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 1974.  222p.

Maltsberger, John T.  Suicide risk:  the formulation of clinical judgment.  New York:  New York University Press, 1986.  174p.

Maltsberger, John T., Mark J. Goldblatt, eds.  Essential papers on suicide.  New York:  New York University Press, 1996.  648p.

Mannes, Marya.  Last rights.  New York:  Morrow, 1973.  150p.

Marcus, Eric.  Why suicide?:  answers to 200 of the most frequently asked questions about suicide, attempted suicide, and assisted suicide.  San Francisco, CA:  HarperSanFrancisco, 1996.  240p.

Maris, Ronald W.  Social forces in urban suicide.  Homewood, IL:  Dorsey Press, 1969.  214p.

Maris, Ronald W., & Bernard Lazerwitz.  Pathways to suicide:  a survey of self-destructive behaviors.  Baltimore, MD:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981.  375p.

Maris, Ronald, ed.  Biology of suicide.  New York, N.Y.:  Guilford Press, 1986.  234p.

Marx, Karl (1818-1883).  Marx on suicide.  Edited and with introductions by Eric A. Plaut and Kevin Anderson.  Translated by Eric A. Plaut, Gabrielle Edgcomb, and Kevin Anderson.  Evanston, IL:  Northwestern University Press, 1999. 

Masaryk, Tomás Garrigue (1850-1937).  Suicide and the meaning of civilization.  Translated Der Selbstmord als sociale Massenerscheinung der modernen Zivilisation by William B. Weist and Robert G. Batson.  Introduction by Anthony Giddens.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1970.  242p.

McCormick, Donald.  The unseen killer:  a study of suicide, its history, causes and cures.  London:  Muller, 1964.  219p.

McIntire, Matilda S., & Carol R. Angle, eds.  Suicide attempts in children and youth.  9 contributors.  Hagerstown, MD:  Harper & Row, 1980.  98p.

Meerloo, Joost Abraham Maurits.  Suicide and mass suicide.  New York:  Grune & Stratton, 1962.  153p.

Mental Health Research Fund.  Depression and suicide.  London:  Mental Health Research Fund, 1968.  15p.

Miller, Leslie A., & Paul A. Rose, eds.  Suicide.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 2000. 

Miller, Marv.  Suicide after sixty:  the final alternative.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1979.  118p.

Mishara, Brian L., ed.  The impact of suicide.  New York, NY:  Springer Pub. Co., 1995.  230p.

Morgan, Howard Gethin.  Death wishes?:  The understanding and management of deliberate self-harm.  Chichester;  New York:  Wiley, 1979.  172p.

Moron, Pierre.  Le Suicide.  Paris:  Presses universitaires de France, 1975.  126p.

Morselli, Enrico Agostino (1852-1929).  Suicide:  an essay on comparative moral statistics.  London:  C.K. Paul & Co., 1881.  New York:  Arno Press, 1975.  388p.  First issued as volume 36 of the International Scientific Series.

Murphy, George Earl.  Suicide in alcoholism.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992.  315p.

Neeley, G. Steven.  The constitutional right to suicide:  a legal and philosophical examination.  New York:  P. Lang, 1994.  229p.

Nelson, Robert E.  W.I.N.N. against suicide.  Saratoga, CA:  R & E Publishers, 1993.  67p.

Niswander, G. Donald, Thomas M. Casey & John A. Humphrey.  A panorama of suicide; a casebook of psychological autopsies.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1973.  149p.

Novak, David.  Suicide and morality:  the theories of Plato, Aquinas, and Kant and their relevance for suicidology.  New York:  Scholars Studies Press, 1975.  136p.  Doctoral thesis, Georgetown University, 1971.

O'Neill, Richard.  Suicide squads, W.W. II:  Axis and Allied special attack weapons of World War II:  their development and their missions.  London:  Salamander, 1981.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1981.  New York:  Ballantine Books, 1984.  296p. 

Opladen:  Westdeutscher Verlag, 1990.  419p.

Osgood, Nancy J.  Suicide in the elderly:  a practitioner's guide to diagnosis and mental health intervention.  Rockville, MD:  Aspen Systems Corp., 1985.  240p.

Ought suicide to be a crime?:  a discussion of suicide, attempted suicide, and the law.  Westminster:  Church Information Office, 1959.  Church of England, Information Office.  56p.

Pearson, Linnea, & Ruth Purtilo.  Separate paths:  why people end their lives.  San Francisco:  Harper & Row, 1977.  171p.

Pederson, Duane, & Helen W. Kooiman.  Going sideways:  hope, love, life versus suicide.  New York:  Hawthorn Books, 1974.  135p.

Perelberg, Rosine Jozef, ed.  Psychoanalytic understanding of violence and suicide.  Foreword by Leonard Shengold.  Preface by Ronald Britton.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1999.  177p.

Perlin, Seymour, ed.   A handbook for the understanding of suicide.  Northvale, NJ:  J. Aronson, 1994.  236p.  Revision of:  A handbook for the study of suicide, 1975.

Perlin, Seymour, ed.  A Handbook for the study of suicide.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1975.  236p.

Pickering, W. S. F., & Geoffrey Walford, eds.  Durkheim's Suicide:  a century of research and debate.  New York:  Routledge, 2000.

Porterfield, Austin Larimore.  Cultures of violence:  a study of the tragic man in society, giving attention to philosophical, psychological, and cultural stresses in acts against life.  Fort Worth, TX:  Leo Potishman Foundation, Texas Christian University, 1965.  337p.

Portwood, Doris.  Common-sense suicide:  the final right.  New York:  Dodd, Mead, 1978.  Los Angeles:  Hemlock Society;  New York:  Grove Press, 1983.  142p.

Powell, Elwin Humphreys.  The design of discord:  studies of anomie.  2nd ed.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Transaction Books, 1988.  283p.

Pritchard, Colin.  Suicide--the ultimate rejection?:  a psycho-social study.  Buckingham;  Philadelphia:  Open University Press, 1995.  209p.

Quinnett, Paul G.  Suicide:  the forever decision:  for those thinking about suicide and for those who know, love, or counsel them.  New York:  Continuum, 1987.  151p.  New York:  Continuum, 1992.  156p.

Rabkin, Brenda.  Growing up dead.  Toronto:  McClelland and Stewart, 1978.  Nashville:  Abingdon, 1979.  188p.  Youth suicide behavior.

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