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Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness - William Styron

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Genre: Biography / Author: William Styron / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 108 Pages / Book is published 2001-04-05 by Vintage

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      26.10.2008 10:20



      A good introduction to depression

      There are definitely more in depth books on the market about this topic but I think this a good short insight into depression. 3.5 stars would be more apt but not quite 4 as I felt it needed to focus more on feelings and emotions than it did. However as the title is 'Darkness Visible' then it is right, the book looks at the visible tangible feelings he felt and also the visible signs/symptoms to those around him.

      The book is about Styron's plummet into the world of depression and ultimately on to the brink of suicide. Whilst I haven't read any of this author's work (and in fact I might take a look at them now) I did find his account of his depression touching and insightful. I got the feeling he maybe only published this story because others thought it was a good idea, rather than making the decision himself - I may be wrong, but that was my impression from the introduction.


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