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Emily Wells spent her childhood experiencing unbearable pain. A physical condition that accepted her as a consequence of her dance career in the demanding field of ballet. In all that time, every medical visit ended in the same diagnosis, in the same dead end: "It was all in her head. "
In Unseen Pain, the author traces her difficult personal journey in an attempt to define the chronic pain she has been experiencing all her life. Drawing on the works of Freud, Sontag and others, he traces the historical thread that connects "hysterical" patients in 19th century Paris with modern alternative therapists in Los Angeles in order to find answers. At the heart of her literary endeavor is the crucial question: How to diagnose and linguistically express an experience that is both private and public, both qualitatively subjective and quantitatively measurable?

General Characteristics
Athur WELLS, EMILY
Publisher IKAROS
ISBN 9789605726690
Publishing Country GREECE
Category BIOGRAPHY
Tags: BOOKS , BIOGRAPHY