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Download Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Brandy Sullivan Atients in 19th century asylums their reality was far worse than anyone can imagine Condemned to a hell masueraded as treatment these patients suffered despair and p. A very short read at 88 pages If you know anything about the history of mental health institutions in America this book can't offer much for you Over embellished redundant college paper writing style; she even uses the words damp and wet in the same sentence to describe something and at one point says the theory behind this in unknown Alrighty The book could really have use another go round in the editing process; it is full of obnoxious typos and grammatical errors including a very poor use of commas Almost suprisingly there is also an embarrassing amount of sentence fragments It's kind of a disaster The author's own opinion takes up about 25% of the book and I got tired of reading about how dark and hellish the asylums were Mission find better adjectives A few phrases like these would have been fine but I felt as though they appeared at the end of every paragraph With the facts provided one can come up with these conclusions on their own The content is interesting enough but I could probably find all this information online A better in depth book should be read on the subject But it was free so

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The Asylum Read Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Nightmares tales of haunting and legends are often based on history In most cases bits of fact are wildly exaggerated for maximum scare potential Unfortunately for patients in 19th century asylums their reality was far worse than anyone can imagine Condemned to a hell masueraded as treatment Ain greater than any human limit can measureThe Asylum re visits some of these institutions and takes its readers down a road in history that will never be forgotten. This is a book to satisfy the darker part of your mind where you want to explore the horrible side of humanity through history Mental health problems are still sneered at and misunderstood I should know I have two sons who have different disorders but thankfully we're past the era of Lobotomies and electric shock treatment without pain relief although we're not as far past it as I thought which this book revealed There are spelling and grammar issues but they're minor the book is a uick easy read and I did learn about some facilities I never knew existed probably because they're based in America but both British infamous asylums Bedlam and Broadmoor make the list

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The AsylumNightmares tales of haunting and legends are often based on history In most cases bits of fact are wildly exaggerated for maximum scare potential Unfortunately for p. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book It was an honest account of the top infamous Asylums and the history of each one Those looking for sensationalist stories should look elsewhere While the author does empathize with the patients he does not make them martyrs nor criminals To the author they were someone's somebody a daughter father cousin friend etc and therefore deserved better from their community and the trusted professionals who were supposed to take care of themThe only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is due to the lack of editing There were than a handful of grammatical mistakes Other than that this is by far one of the straight forward books regarding the history of asylums Highly recommend it