From School Library Journal
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A powerful book about medical anthropology. It will make happy, sad, and frustrated. I believe this is a book most should read.Published 3 hours ago by Raphael Casas
Great book. While I was reading it for a class I am so lucky to have been exposed to Fadiman's (the author) story. Well written and I feel a little more culturally competent.Published 3 days ago by Christopher Scott Adcock
A little long and it does drag on a bit in places, but in general, the way Fadiman so respectfully illustrates the problems that occur sometimes (often! Read morePublished 7 days ago by radicalteacher
Great read for understanding cultural differences and conflicts. Read this for a nursing course, and thoroughly enjoyed it!Published 8 days ago by PJ
Great book! My book club read this but I would have read it anyways. Very eye opening. Even if one feels they are open minded and compassionate to cultures that differ from their... Read morePublished 10 days ago by James E. Anderson
Read this book (for a book club) and did not want it to end. I think I need to re-read it because I know i missed some nuances.Published 17 days ago by Rita
The book is reallllllly outdated, medically and socially. I understand the struggle it's meant to portray and how important diversity and understanding other cultures is... Read morePublished 17 days ago by rudi whitmore