HIGHER REACHES: Book review: ‘Heavy Light: A Journey Through Madness, Mania and Healing’[April 13, 2021]

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1. C

2. Clare does not soften his experiences for the reader/ the experiences Clare shares are raw or unedited (any 1)

3. D

4. the medicine/drugs prescribed by staff to treat Clare’s mental illness

5. modus operandi

6. People with mental illness in developing countries have a wider social network that offers more support than people with mental illness in the West do.

7. Clare believes that psychiatrists prescribe medicine to people with mental illness automatically or without thinking, rather than examining individual cases to see if non-medical solutions might be better options.

8. (i) NG

(ii) F

(iii) F

(iv) T

9. B

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