Essay heading: Insanity

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May 15, 2004

 

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Kaysen describes this as her "last fifteen minutes of freedom". Entering the residential psychiatric facility was described as a total loss of privacy. Kaysen describes the patients' loss of freedom in the chapter "Applied Topography." Locked in the dehumanizing world of the hospital ward, the girls are stripped of privacy...
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The only private space on the ward is the seclusion room. The nurses banish the violent or rowdy to seclusion. Kaysen discovers that the experience can be something other than punishment. The seclusion room is the only place where a patient can find reprieve from the relentless watch of nurses and the oppressive feeling of the wards...
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