The author's experiences during the three years in Bloomingdale following a nervous breakdown. Suffering from severe...

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A MIND MISLAID

The author's experiences during the three years in Bloomingdale following a nervous breakdown. Suffering from severe depression, interested in nothing, he traces the slow course of recovery, gives high praise for the treatment he received, holds out hopes for those who fear for their sanity, and passes on the precepts he learned. Along the lines of Beer's The Mind That Found Itself -- and more recently, Seabrook's Asylum. With growing interest on the part of the layman in the subject of mental health, this should find a market.

Pub Date: June 10, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1937