Whose Life is it Anyway?
When sculptor Ken Harrison is permanently paralysed by an accident, he resolves to die rather than live in his physically helpless state.
His struggle for the right to die makes a powerful play which raises important issues of human dignity and medical ethics. It is both witty and compassionate, thoughtful and fast-moving.
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Review: Whose Life Is It Anyway?User Review - Giovanni - Goodreads
I was mandated to read this for Ethics as part of the right to life unit. I suppose part of my frustration comes from Ken's whole character, who is 'witty' to the point of absolute frustration, and is ... Read full review