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Review Lawrence Weschler, "Oliver Sacks", Rowohlt

Review Lawrence Weschler, “Oliver Sacks”, Rowohlt

Dr. read it. elephant. Daniel Arnett

My Theatrical Awakening in 1994: At the time, British theater magician Peter Brook (96) performed “The Man Who” in Zurich – a piece of the hypnotic episode based on the bestselling book “The Man Who Mistakes His Wife Hat” (1985) The man who mistakenly mistook his wife for a hat) British-American neurologist Oliver Sacks (1933-2015) describes the fate of patients from his daily work A theater of illness Is this possible and how The film adapted from the first movie “Awakenings” achieved Bestseller Saks (1973) with Robert De Niro (77) and Robin Williams (1951-2014) was a huge box office success in 1990.

The book Awakening, which talks about the successful short-term treatment of sleeping patients with the precursor of the neurotransmitter dopamine, sparks neurologist interest in later New Yorker author Lawrence Weschler (69). “I first heard of Oliver Sacks in 1974,” Weschler wrote in his newly published autobiography, “Oliver Sacks.” The two become friends and meet regularly. “We meet for dinner two or three nights a week,” Wechsler said. Then he has 15 notebooks full of interviews. Shortly before Sachs died of cancer, due to an eye tumor, he called Weschler and gave him the blessing of this “biographical approach.”