14 edition of Is there no place on earth for me? found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan Sheehan ; foreword by Robert Coles|
|LC Classifications||RC514 .S49 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||82040424|
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Is There No Place on Earth for Me is exceptional and one of the most moving and enlightening books about schizophrenia, and mental illness treatment, I've ever read. That I frequently laugh out loud probably explains why I can re-read it again and by: A true mastery of journalism, Susan Sheehan documented and encased the story of schizophrenic Sylvia Frumkin in Is There No Place On Earth For Me?.
The book was published by Random House Inc. in New York in /5. Is There No Place on Earth for Me is exceptional and one of the most moving and enlightening books about schizophrenia, and mental illness treatment, I've ever read. That I frequently laugh out loud probably explains why I can re-read it again and again/5(51).
Review of Is There No Place On Earth For Me, the superb book by Sheila Sheehan on a woman with a chronic schizophrenic : Mary V.
Seeman. Book Review: Is There No Place on Earth for Me By Mark McLaughlin, WebPsychology Schizophrenia is a debilitating and frightening mental disorder that has the ability to tear apart the life of the person suffering from it and the lives of their family and loved ones.
And the second half of the book--the recap of Sylvia's pre treatment--tends to drag. Nonetheless, this is for the most part a model of close-up journalism: totally convincing, unsentimental yet obviously compassionate, rigorously plain--and plainly overwhelming.
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I disagree. The characters stand out more than the place. They are alive and real, and it is they that make the story/5. About the author () Susan Sheehan is the author of seven books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Is There No Place on Earth for Me?" She has been a 4/5(3).
Susan Sheehan is the author of eight works of nonfiction. Inshe received a Pulitzer Prize for Is There No Place On Earth For Me. She is also a staff writer at The New Yorker.4/5(3). The resulting book, first published inwas hailed as an extraordinary achievement: harrowing, humanizing, moving, and bitingly funny.
Now, some two decades later, Is There No Place on Earth for Me. continues to set the standard for accounts of mental illness/5(5).
Susan Sheehan is the author of Is There No Place on Earth for Me. ( avg rating, ratings, 79 reviews, published ), Life for Me Ain't Been No C /5. This is a difficult book to read. It's filled with a lot of back history of the mental health system in New Jersey in the late 70's. On the other hand, Sheehan tells a truely sad story of a woman suffering from schizophrenia being shuttled from hosptial to hospital, doctor to doctor, medicine to medicine with no one knowing exactly how to help her/5(5).
The resulting book, first published inwas hailed as an extraordinary achievement: Harrowing, humanizing, moving, and bitingly funny. Now, some two decades later, Is There No Place on Earth for Me continues to set the standard for accounts of mental illness/5().
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I'm re-reading this great book. Any other fans? "There's no such thing as schizophrenia, there's only mental telepathy.
I once had a friend named Camilla Costello. She was Abbott and Costello's daughter. She said to me, 'You know, Sylvia, I have a lot of friends, but you're my best friend.' I'm working here.
I'm an intern at Creedmoor. “Is There No Place on Earth for Me?” is about a woman who suffers from severe schizophrenia.“ The UK blog, The Co-operative travel, included The Best Place on Earth on their Fantastic Holiday Reads for list, calling the stories “beautifully crafted.” Stylist magazine featured my short story “The Sailor” on their Christmas Reading.
London’s Jewish Book Week invited me to speak about The Best Place on Earth.