Sebastian Faulks’ Human Traces doesn’t impress

Adam Thorpe’s review in the Guardian doesn’t rate Faulk’s Human Traces as a novel (“Having weathered long exegeses and improbable dialogues on mind and madness, the impatient reader is fully prepared for the real fictional matter to begin.”), but it does sound like it has some powerful passages on clinics, doctors of the mind, and patients.


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