A graceful passage: notes on the freedom to live or die

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Doubleday, Feb 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 229 pages
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In a companion volume to his enormously successful Flying Without Wings, Arnold Beisser presents his inspiring thoughts on death, old age, and chron ic illness. Using poignant and often humorous stories from his own experience, the quadriplegic psychiatrist in an iron lung encourages readers to live a rich and wonderful life.

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Contents

Hazards of Immortality
1
THREE
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A StoryTelling Animal
41
Copyright

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Beisser is a graduate of Stanford University and its medical school. He is a CLinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA, a Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and a recipient of its Gold Achievement Award.