Sybil by Flora R. Schreiber (1973)


"Sybil" is a haunting and unforgettable exploration of the human psyche, chronicling the true story of a woman afflicted by dissociative identity disorder. Through the compelling narrative crafted by Flora R. Schreiber, readers are immersed in the complex inner world of Sybil Dorsett, who grapples with multiple personalities stemming from trauma. As the layers of Sybil's fragmented identity are peeled away, the book delves into themes of trauma, resilience, and the enduring power of the human spirit to overcome adversity.

Hardcover in great condition. Dust jacket is intact and shows minor signs of shelf wear. Cover boards and spine and intact and solid. Interior pages and clean and free of any marks. Book club edition published in 1973 by Henry Regnery Company.

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