Encounters with the Invisible: Unseen Illness, Controversy, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Southern Methodist University Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages
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Blending personal drama with literary reflection, reportage, and medical history, Dorothy Wall illuminates the conflicts and controversies surrounding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and graphically depicts the way a virus resculpts a life.

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Encounters with the invisible: unseen illness, controversy, and chronic fatigue syndrome

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An estimated 80,000 adults in the United States have chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). A sufferer for 20 years, Wall balances the chronicle of her struggle with a thorough investigation of the existing ... Read full review

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Encounters with the Invisible is a uniquely honest and poetic account of illness. Dorothy Wall's precise and rich language never flinch from relating the humbling truths of life with chronic illness ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue Listening to Einstein in the Dark
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Encounters with the Invisible
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Seeing
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