Catherine is in a post-traumatic state and Simon, an eminent psychiatrist, is employed to help her recover her memory in time to give evidence in the trial of Joshua James - a young man accused of raping her. As the date for the trial approaches, Simon becomes absorbed with the workings of his patient's brain, as he grapples with his preconceptions of truth, memory and perspective."Fiercely Compelling... A Must See... Meaty, articulate and well-informed writing." - UK Theatre Web"Has a needle sharp clarity as it probes the ...

Amygdala 2014, Oberon Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781783191116

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