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What happens when a sane person checks in a psychiatric ward? Evidence shows that staff do not recognize them as such and instead diagnose them as e.g. schizophrenic. Ironically, real patients do and challenge the intruders. What does that say about the system?
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button - makes you think long and hard about life, love and loss...
In a part of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Harriet Beecher Stowe appealed to the women of america... "...mothers of America,—you, who have learned, by the cradles of your own children, to love and feel for all mankind"
"The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins /// Surprisingly well-written. The storyline is interesting and the characters aren't whiny and annoying. I read the trilogy really quickly, as I felt really involved with the story. The movie that's coming out in the spring should be pretty neat.