Otto Von Bismarck: The Quick and Melancholic Autobiography of one Demented Bastard
AbstractThis piece grew out of an assignment during 3rd year where we were asked to show how a specific disease, in this case dementia/old age, affected one of our patients both physically, emotionally and spiritually. Von Bismarck's story is largely fictional but the love, the sorrow and the longing for his wife is quite real.
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