DescriptionThis is the second volume of diaries by Fatma Durmush. It is a continuation of Nothing Sacred, Vol. One.The life of a schizophrenic is often far from smooth; discrimination, ranging from casual encounters on the street, or while out shopping, extends as far as the structures and processes of the very organizations designed to give help and support to those with mental and physical disabilities.Fatma Durmush shows what can be achieved by those, who in former times would have been vastly underrated by, and written out of, society, as irrelevant, and who, even now, have to continue to assert their hard won rights. About the AuthorFor someone who has had to struggle exceptionally hard to achieve some level of success in life Fatma continues to apply her talents in many different spheres.She acquired a B.A. in the Arts, while at the same time exhibiting her paintings in various galleries around London, her plays have been published, and performed in Europe and the USA, along with the publication of books of stories and poetry, some of which have been broadcast on radio here in England.I have started from scratch researching I am going to do my essay on Bourgeois and Grayson Perry. ... At Ormiston road I thought I was going to be late, as I had lost my way. ... I spoke about the cheap Citizen gallery space and comparedanbsp;...
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