The man who mistook his wife for a hat.

No, this didn’t happen to me or any of my friends or foes even. This is the title of a most stunning book (by Oliver Sacks) that I have just finished reading. I’m no great shakes at reviewing books (yet), so I think I’m just going to recommend this to everyone who wants to start scraping the surface of human psychology.


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4 thoughts on “The man who mistook his wife for a hat.

  1. Thanks for the recommendation, I’ll perhaps give it a go.

    • No problem. Let me know if you enjoyed it?


      • Will do….. just ordered it from Amazon. It’ll be here by Thursday this week.

      • Yay! Have fun reading! 🙂 I just opened up my next. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. Actually, I’ve read it a bunch of times before. But every time I’m in need of a really funy voice, I end up with a Bryson or Wodehouse book. Master craftsmen!

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