I, Pierre Rivi_re, Having Slaughtered My Mother, My Sister, and My Brother--: A Case of Parricide in the 19th Century
"A spell-binding account-not only of the murder of a family by a 'madman, ' but also the murder of free will and responsibility by the mad-doctors."-Thomas S. Szasz, M.D. Translated by Frank Jellinek.
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