Book report

5. Book Report –
A book report attempts to capture the salience of a book. For purposes of this course, you will want to focus on the problems confronting the protagonist of the book you chose to write your report on, and on the policy solutions to these problems. Your report should be around 600 words. In class we will discuss model book reports.
Your op-ed and book report should be word-processed in 12-point font, and paginated with a title page.
Andy Berman. Electroboy: A Memoir of Madness. New York, NY: Random House, 2003. Howard Dully. My Lobotomy. New York, NY: Three Rivers Press, 2008. Joanne Greenberg. I Never Promised You a Rose Garden. New York, NY: Signet, 1990. Kay Jamison. An Unquiet Mind. New York, NY: Vintage, 1997.

Susanna Kaysen. Girl, Interrupted. New York, NY: Vintage, 1993.
Richard McLean. Recovered, not Cured: A Journey through Schizophrenia. Crows Nest, NSW (Australia): Allen & Unwin, 2003.
Carol North, MD. Welcome, Silence: My Triumph over Schizophrenia, revised ed. Lima, OH:
Academic Renewal Press, 2002.
Elyn R. Saks. The Center Cannot Hold. New York, NY: Hyperion, 2007.
Lori Schiller and Amanda Bennett. The Quiet Room. New York, NY: Warner, 1996.
Susan Sheehan. Is There No Place on Earth For Me? New York, NY: Vintage, 1983. William Styron. Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness. New York, NY: Vintage, 1990.
Saving Normal: An insider’s Revolt against Out-Of-Control Psychiatric Diagnosis, DSM-5, Big Pharma, and the medicalization of ordinary Life. By M.D. Frances Allen.

it has to be on one of the above books where it talks about policies in NYC would help with the protagonist and their mental health. so if it is someone with schizophrenia what policies are in place now that wouawzld help them (like the ACT team).