This book probes institutional life through nine fascinating profiles. In the words of its author: “The unalloyed truth is that I’m in thrall to idiosyncrasy. It possibly could be said that I actually love pathology. Well, let me explain: It’s that I love to be near it, to see it, to observe it with a clinical eye. I feel strongly sympathetic toward people who are severely and emotionally and psychologically ill. I see pathology as an expressionist and Cubist rendition of reality.” You will not soon forget these nine stories, or how Dr. Kellerman deals with the delusional, the unusual and strange, in a modern setting.
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“Impressive, memorable, informative, candid, thought-provoking, exceptionally well written, organized and presented, There’s No Handle on My Door is very highly recommended for both community and library Mental Health & Psychology collections.”—Susan Bethany, Bethany’s Bookshelf, The Midwest Book Review