Sunbathing in the Rain: A Cheerful Book about Depression

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Flamingo, Feb 3, 2003 - Psychology - 245 pages
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This title tackles the subject of depression, an illness that seems to be the defining malaise of the early 21st century. The overall structure of the book moves from dark to light, telling the story of the author's recovery, its different strands allow a variety of tones and subjects to be explored, from the profound to the frivolous.

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Sunbathing is both Lewis' account of her own experiences of severe depression and a sort of guide to the illness. I could relate to the author a lot. Like me, she's a poet, was very much a career ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Gwyneth Lewis is an award-winning poet whose work has drawn widespread acclaim. Her previous book, Zero Gravity, which followed the journey of her cousin to repair the Hubble Space telescope, used the science of space to describe a voyage, a death and coming to terms with lost love, was shortlisted for the Forward Prize. She is married and lives in Cardiff.

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