‘The Flesh and Mortar Prophecy’ By Nathan Hassall: A Review

Review

By

Dustin Pickering

This small chapbook, although containing only thirty-six pages, manages to speak volumes on the experience of mental illness and institutionalization. The author notes in his preface that part of the inspiration was an interest in psychology and neuroscience, especially the use of lobotomy in Britain during the middle of the last century.

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