This dramatic memoir recaptures William Seabrook's experiences during an eight-month stay at a Westchester mental hospital in the early 1930s. Seabrook, who was a renowned journalist, voluntarily committed himself for acute alcoholism. His account offers an honest, self-critical look at addiction and treatment in the days before Alcoholics Anonymous and other modern programs. William Seabrook is most famous for introducing the word Zombie to Western culture.
- Format: Paperback
- Publication Date: 16/09/2015
- Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
- Country of Origin: United States
- Edition: First Edition, First ed.
- Pages: 288