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Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
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Aug 17, 11


A well crafted book of contradictions. Cliched, yet thoroughly original. Walks a fine line between insight and insanity. Simultaneously detached and excruciatingly intimate... Tragicomic? A snapshot of an alternate world -- ultimately succeeds as both a scathing and nostalgic commentary on the field of psychiatry as well the late 1960's.
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