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Literature the Consoler: Modernism, Medical Humanities, and Mental HealthMental Health Association of Central Florida Main Workshop Room 1525 E Robinson St, Orlando, FL, United States
This series of lecture workshops explores literature from 1900 to the present through the perspective of mental health. Join us as we discuss new ways of interpreting a wide array of modernist texts, from Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar to the surrealist poets of the 1920s. Run in conjunction with the University of Central Florida and the Mental Health Association of Central Florida, the opening lectures provide historical context about