The Man who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales

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Gardners Books, 1983
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Oliver Sacks was a neurologist, working with clients that exhibited an array of psychological maladies. Rather than only express how strange these patients were, Sacks goes deeper. He wants to know ... Read full review

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Oliver Sacks has a way with getting to the heart and soul of a problem. He is able to write with compassion about people who are dealing with very difficult brain disorders/diseases. The book isn't ... Read full review

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