Earlier this month i read laurie edwards stunning book in the kingdom of the sick a social history of chronic illness in america several weeks ago i read her first book life disrupted getting real about chronic illness in your twenties and thirties the quality of the first book led me to the second and i was not disappointed. I stumbled across the last copy of in the kingdom of the sick a social history of chronic illness in america while i was browsing through our local book store interestingly enough that day was one of the first days i was able to move around with some ease i have ankylosing spondylitis a type of spinal juvenile arthritis that affects every part in my body and i had spent the last 78 days . In the kingdom of the sick a social history of chronic illness in america audio download laurie edwards holly fielding audible studios for bloomsbury amazoncomau audible. Overview thirty years ago susan sontag famously wrote everyone who is born holds dual citizenship in the kingdom of the well and the kingdom of the sick sooner or later each of us is obliged at least for a spell to identify ourselves as citizens of that other place more than 133 million americans now live with chronic illness . This book combines social history with personal memoir it serves as a reflection on how the various challenges of living with chronic illness have shifted over time and how they are still real and present for the increasing portion of the population who suffer from ills invisible to others and often hard to account for
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