William Carlos Williams's "A Face of Stone" [videorecording] : a readers' theatre
[presented by] the University of Virginia Medical School.
- Video; DVD
- William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) was both a physician and a poet. His work, "Face of Stone" (originally published in Life Along the Passaic River, 1938), was dramatized via script by Greg Watkins of Greenville, North Carolina. This Medical Center Hour presents Watkins's dramatization performed by four UVa medical students: Heather Quillian (Class of 1999), Mark Fisher (Class of 2001), Joseph Mettenburg (Class of 2001), and Thomas Wang (Class of 2001).
- Performers: Heather Quillian, Mark Fisher, Joseph Mettenburg, Thomas Wang; Marcia Day Childress, moderator.
- Release Date
- Run Time
- 55 min.
- Learning Objectives: 1. Explore dynamics of the patient-physician encounter, as presented in a dramatization of an American short story from the 1930s; 2. Consider and discuss interpersonal challenges of doctoring and the ethics and social responsibilities of the medical life.
- Medical center hour
- Series statement
- Medical center hour ; 9/16/98
- Medical center hour ; 9/16/98.
- Charlottesville, Va. :Media Production Services, Clinical Engineering, University of Virginia Health Sciences Center ,c1998.
- 1 videodisc (60 min.) sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + script. DVD.
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