Alice has a PhD, is a Psychology Professor at Harvard, and has Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease. As her carefully structured, productive life unravels around her, Alice is forced to come to terms with the loss of her identity. A rare look through the eyes of one suffering from this illness, Genova provides the valuable opportunity to explore the world of dementia.
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
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