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SUMMARY ☆ 8P2.US ✓ Mary Jane WardId P.I. Daddys Personal Mission (The Coltons of Montana, for it on Ebay and waited patientlyor it to come My good and waited patiently or it to come My good Rafaellos Mistress f read January 30 2019I m really surprised that I loved this book as much as I did I guess I assumed that due to it being or lessorgotten it hadn t stood the test of time or was just a poorly written trendy book that was only popular in its own time because of the shocking subject matter However I was mistaken and I really enjoyed this The narration shifting The Boleyn King (The Boleyn Trilogy, fromirst to second to third person is something that I ve never come across and I enjoyed it if only Rascal for the novelty of it but I think it also added something to the text highlighting Virginia s unstable sense of selfIound the depiction of mental illness very realistic and empathetic that sounds like little to ask but surprisingly ew books on mental illness strike this balance It s immediately obvious that the autho. Fictionalized brilliant
and uncompromising irst person account of madness and life in an insane asylumuncompromising irst person account of madness and life in an insane asylum subseuently made into a haunting movie. Better because she eels normally petty and secretive AGAIN AT THE SAME TIME SHE DEPICTS SAME TIME SHE DEPICTS NIGHTMARE At the same time depicts the nightmare I picked this up because I ound out it was based on a hospital about 10 minutes away Cinderella for a Night (36 Hours, from where I live It s an interesting look at how mental illness was treated less than a century ago and a good reminder that though we ve come veryar in many medical areas mental illness is still not always well understood and remains a social stigma Also let me just say that I m glad we no longer go with the idea of well if this would make a sane person insane then maybe it will make a insane person sane Really who decided you could shock someone back into sanity by throwing them in a pit of snakes Don t let this author die Read I ll give Mary Jane Ward 4 out of 5 birds Friend Foe for her novel The Snake Pit This is a tough book toind my riends I To health and reedom When it was irst published the book claimed attention as a moving study of mental illness based on personal knowledge This. ,
The Snake Pit begins like so many social comedies with a woman called Virginia newly arrived in New York rom the Midwest wondering about all the crazy city people around her We learn she is a journalist that she is waiting or her husband who is unaccountably and irritatingly late and that she is sharp and unny and accomplished though a little confused by her surroundings A ew pages in
"we realize Virginia isn t sitting in a park in Manhattan She s a patient in an insane asylumWard makes "realize Virginia isn t sitting in a park in Manhattan She s a patient IN AN INSANE ASYLUMWARD MAKES UNCOMFORTABLY NATURAL AS WELL an insane asylumWard makes uncomfortably natural as well breathtakingly surrealreal At several points in the book I convinced myself that Virginia was completely recovered only or Ward to slap me with the realization that what I had taken or slap me with the realization that what I had taken or was a deepening of her madness Ward recognizes the inherent craziness of sanity at one point Virginia knows she is getting. A dramatic best seller The Snake Pit vividly depicts one woman's plunge into the nightmare world of the mentally ill and her agonizing climb back.
Mary Jane Ward