All that summer she was mad: Virginia Woolf, female victim of male medicine

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Continuum, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 338 pages
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Examines Virginia Woolf's life and works in order to dispute claims that she was insane and argues that the prejudices of her physicians were responsible for her misdiagnosis

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