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Cover: The Hunger Artists: Starving, Writing, and ImprisonmentThe Hunger Artists: Starving, Writing, and ImprisonmentEllmann, MaudE-DITION05/06/1993$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Fat Talk: What Girls and Their Parents Say about DietingFat Talk: What Girls and Their Parents Say about DietingNichter, MimiPAPERBACK12/14/2001$31.50
Cover: The Golden Cage: The Enigma of Anorexia Nervosa, With a New Foreword by Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D.The Golden Cage: The Enigma of Anorexia Nervosa, With a New Foreword by Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D.Bruch, HildePAPERBACK05/02/2001$28.50
Cover: Sensing the Self: Women's Recovery from BulimiaSensing the Self: Women's Recovery from BulimiaReindl, Sheila M.PAPERBACK10/15/2002$36.00
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