4 edition of Prozac nation found in the catalog.
Originally published: Boson: Houghton Mifflin, 1994.
|LC Classifications||RC537 .W87 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||368 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||95003984|
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A harrowing story of breakdowns, suicide attempts, drug therapy, a /5. "Wrenching and comical, self-indulgent and self-aware, Prozac Nation possesses the raw candor of Joan Didion's essays, the irritating emotional exhibitionism of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar, and the wry, dark humor of a Bob Dylan song."—The New York Times "Wurtzel is a very entertaining nut case.
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The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Elizabeth Wurtzel. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this non fiction, autobiography story are,/5. A memoir of a depressed, heavily medicated young woman who identifies with Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and other tragic figures—and fantasizes about being profiled as a tragic suicide in New York magazine.
Born inWurtzel grew up in New York City, the precocious only child of divorced parents. At six, she wrote her first book.
At the age of 11, she carved up her legs. “Prozac Nation,” her first Prozac nation book, published when she was unvarnished in its accounts of her student days at Harvard, her drug use.
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A memoir of her bouts with depression and skirmishes with drugs, Prozac Nation still manages to be a witty and sharp Prozac nation book of the psychopharmacology of an era. About the Author ELIZABETH WURTZEL () was the author of best-selling books including Prozac Nation, Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women, and More, Now, Again.4/4().
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There are pages in this book. The Prozac Nation Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author biography and quizzes written by community members like you. Prozac Nation is an autobiographical account of Elizabeth Wurtzel, an adolescent growing up depressed in New York City.
Since her depression is not easily diagnosed and the mental health field is still new and growing, she is not correctly diagnosed until her. Prozac Nation Elizabeth Buy this book. Twenty-six-year-old Wurtzel, a former critic of popular music for New York and the New Yorker, recounts in this luridly intimate memoir the 10 years of.
“Prozac Nation is being hyped as a tract on youthful angst in the 90s, but it reads more like the self-absorbed rantings of an adolescent,” ran a review in Newsweek.
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Elizabeth Lee Wurtzel (J – January 7, ) was an American writer and journalist, known for the confessional memoir Prozac Nation, which she published at the age of Her work often focused on chronicling her personal struggles with depression, addiction, career, and relationships. Wurtzel's work drove a boom in confessional writing and the personal memoir Notable works: Prozac Nation.
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Running Head: Prozac Nation and Major Depression Disorder Prozac Nation and Major Depression Disorder Raquel H. Sasyn University of Houston Ms. Chastity Farr Clinical Psychology Section - Ap Introduction “Prozac Nation,” is a best-selling memoir written by Elizabeth Wurtzel in Directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg.
With Christina Ricci, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jessica Lange, Anne Heche. A young woman struggles with depression during her first year at Harvard/10(K). Book Review Prozac Nation Young and Depressed in America: A Memoir by Elizabeth Wurtzel (Riverhead Books, New York, ) reviewed by Douglas A.
Smith. I read this book because a psychologist told me it would convince me psychiatric drugs such as Prozac help people. Prozac Nation () is a longtime dream project of star Ricci, who also serves as one of the film's co-producers.
Rating: R (for language, drug content, sexuality/nudity and 28%. Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America by Elizabeth Wurtzel. Elizabeth Wurtzel's New York Times best-selling memoir, with a new afterword "Sparkling, luminescent prose A powerful portrait of one girl's journey through the purgatory of depression and back." "A book that became a cultural touchstone.".
Prozac Nation is her best known work, but she has written a few follow-up memoirs, such as Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women and More, Now, Again. As well as Prozac Nation, those books received mixed reviews, critics saying that she is contradictory and too sympathetic for herself.
Wurtzel attending college at Harvard College and Yale Law School. Elizabeth Lee Wurtzel was best-known for her seminal book "Prozac Nation." (CNN) Elizabeth Wurtzel, the author whose memoir "Prozac Nation" ignited conversations about the then-taboo topic of.
This undated photo provided by Penguin Random House shows the book cover of Elizabeth Wurtzel's memoir, "Prozac Nation." Wurtzel, whose blunt and painful confessions of her struggles with. “Prozac Nation” was an early entry in the burgeoning genre of mental health memoirs, and Wurtzel received both high praise and harsh criticism for the book.
Elizabeth Wurtzel, the acclaimed author who sparked a surge of memoir writing with her book Prozac Nation, died on Tuesday at the age of …Author: Nick Romano. 'Prozac Nation' is a reflective, personal and raw account of Elizabeth Wurtzel's battle with depression as a child, teenager, and an adult.
The book takes us from her early years, where the depression first reared it's head and laid down it's roots, up until the present day.
Prozac is a trade name for the antidepressant fluoxetine. Wurtzel originally titled the book I Hate Myself and I Want To Die but her editor.
This memoir, both harrowing and hilarious, gives voice to the high incidence of depression — especially among America's youth. "Prozac Nation" is a collective cry for help, a generational status report on today's young people, who have come of age fully entrenched in the culture of divorce, economic instability, and AIDS/5(39).
Prozac Nation () on IMDb: Plot summary, synopsis, and more Menu. Movies. (Anne Heche), who prescribes the wonder drug Prozac. Despite success as a writer that includes a gig writing for Rolling Stone and some mellowing out thanks to her medication, Lizzie begins to feel that the pills are running her life and faces some tough choices.
Her literary debut, “Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America” (), took its name from an antidepressant that she was one of the first to be prescribed, and drew immediate comparisons. Elizabeth Wurtzel, the journalist and author who chronicled her life with depression in the bestselling memoir Prozac Nation, has died at the age of Writer David Samuels, Wurtzel’s friend Author: Sian Cain.
Elizabeth Wurtzel, whose bestselling book Prozac Nation sparked a national conversation about mental illness and drug use, died Tuesday in Manhattan. She was Author: Dan Singer. Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel Author:Elizabeth Wurtzel, Date: Janu ,Views: Author:Elizabeth Wurtzel Language: eng Format: epub, azw3 Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 8.
Space, Time, and Motion. She is the rain, waits in it for you, finds blood spotting her legs. Following up his critically acclaimed debut Insomnia (), Norwegian director Erik Skjoldbjaerg makes his first English-language feature with this adaptation of the book by Elizabeth Wurtzel.
Christina Ricci stars as Lizzie, a prize-winning student heading off to Harvard where she intends to study journalism and launch a career as a rock music : Miramax Lionsgate.
Wurtzel rose to fame with "Prozac Nation," published in The memoir documented her struggles with depression and substance abuse. The book garnered wide acclaim for sparking a dialogue about. Twenty years ago Elizabeth Wurtzel’s Prozac Nation ushered in a wave of confessional literature.
While much-criticized at the time, we should hail her unflinching : Nicolaus Mills. Prozac Nation, then, became a book about “growing up.” Because the publisher was worried that a memoir by a year-old wouldn’t sell, the book had a less personal, almost sociological-sounding title, but it was ultimately about Wurtzel’s life and introduced the writerly persona that she would continue to inhabit and refine for : Pier Dominguez.
"Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed In America" was not the book's original title; Wurtzel had wanted it to be the Nirvana lyric "I Hate Myself and I Want to Die." But Wurtzel was not Kurt Cobain."Wrenching and comical, self-indulgent and self-aware, Prozac Nation possesses the raw candor of Joan Didion's essays, the irritating emotional exhibitionism of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar, and the wry, dark humor of a Bob Dylan song."—The New York Times "Wurtzel is a very entertaining nut case.
Reading this book is like being locked up with her, covering your ears or laughing /5().