- Author:Maritere Berrios
- Publisher:Raider Publishing International (April 23, 2011)
- Pages:154 pages
- FB2 format1626 kb
- ePUB format1761 kb
- DJVU format1623 kb
- Formats:mobi mbr docx azw
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I published some poetry ("Real Delusions", 2011). As of now, I'm assembling the manuscript of my next book. Everything is part of a multi-media project I'm creating to put my experience of chronic illness in a different light, beyond the existing social paradigm.
I published some poetry ("Real Delusions", 2011).
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My poem collection, Real Delusions, was published in 2011. My writing style alternates poetry and prose, often breaking traditional grammar rules to mimic the experience. Im also currently working on a manuscript for another book. Since 2013, I volunteer for the International Bipolar Foundation. Through my art forms, I aim to challenge collective paradigms of mental illness by presenting my own signification paradox.
23 year old Future design student from Spain, Spain. by Maritere P. · Aug 7, 2015. HYPE 7. Walking on the sea. · Aug 6, 2015. Vintage vibes.
Homeopathy and Its Kindred Delusions: Two Lectures Delivered Before the Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge is an essay by Oliver Wendell Holmes, S. the noted American author and poet. the noted American author and poet, and father of Oliver Wendell Holmes, J. Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Written in 1842, it is one of the earliest criticisms of homeopathy, which was widely popular at the time.