I'm Eve

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Doubleday, 1977 - Biography & Autobiography - 461 pages
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In collaboration with her cousin, the subject of the most famous case of multiple personality, portrayed in The Three Faces of Eve, tells of her three decades of uncontrollable personality changes and psychiatric treatment

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User Review  - Tamara A - Goodreads

This book is okay but lacks a sense of accuracy. While I do not doubt her diagnosis and problems, her past seems a little embellished. When it got towards the end and dealt more with the troubles of writing her own book I quit reading, as I lost interest. Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Weas - Goodreads

Fascinating book. Tells the story much better than The Three Faces of Eve because it was written by the woman who lived the story. It also has 20 additional years of her experiences and her life whereas the doctor's book stops in the mid 1950's. Read full review


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