Virginia Woolf’s Illnesses, by Douglass W. Orr, M.D.

April 15, 2004

bro016This book discusses a number of diagnostic possibilities, granting that its author has not examined his ‘patient.’ He ventures to do so because diagnoses in psychiatry particularly are based upon careful history-taking, and except for infancy, we have a good deal of Virginia’s life history both in her own words and in the reminiscences of others.

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