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Bibliography of First-Person Narratives of Madness (3rd edition)

Professor Gail A. Hornstein at Mount Holyoke College has spent years gathering a list of personal stories by individuals who have experienced the mental health system and problems and differences related to mental and emotional well being, and she has made this bibliography -- which is now 22 pages long -- available to any who would like it.

Hornstein_Bibliography-3rd.pdf — PDF document, 660Kb

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