The Theft of Memory
Jonathan Kozol talked about his book The Theft of Memory, in which he remembers the life of his father, Harry Kozol, a neuropsychiatrist who self-diagnosed his Alzheimer’s disease. In his book, the author reports on the relationship he formed with his father during the end of his life, as he began to lose his cognitive abilities, and depended on his son for his care. close
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