When the Music's Over: My Journey Into Schizophrenia

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Plume, Apr 1, 1996 - Psychology - 254 pages
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An autobiographical novel provides an intimate look inside the schizophrenic mind and describes the narrator's experiences in jail, mental hospitals, and attempting to function in "normal society"

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When the music's over: my journey into schizophrenia

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In this autobiographical "novel," Burke reveals his world as a paranoid schizophrenic in intimate detail. He is the third of four sons born in Australia in the 1950s, and his early family life proved ... Read full review

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He warned us from the beginning that the book was a lie. It's an interesting read to be inside the mind of a schizophrenic nonetheless. Very informative about the inner anguish that schizophrenics go through. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Truth Effect
21
Notes
223
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Sally Girgis BMA Medical Students' Committee "

Leigh Bissett BMA Student rep



David Burke BMA Student rep

Gates is a freelance production manager with experience of over 30 productions of different kinds. He lectures on the subject for the National Film School.

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