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by John O'Connell

  • ISBN: 1904977294
  • Category: Humor
  • Author: John O'Connell
  • Subcategory: Humor
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Short Books Ltd (October 6, 2005)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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  • Rating: 4.2
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John O'Connell was born in 1972.

John O'Connell was born in 1972. His writing has appeared in Time Out, The Times, New Statesman, and The Face. He lives in south London with his wife and daughter. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

I Told You I Was Ill book. He is the co-author of I Told You I Was Ill and The Midlife Manual. Books by John O'Connell.

An amusing celebration of this most modern and misunderstood malaise.

Select Format: Hardcover. An amusing celebration of this most modern and misunderstood malaise. ISBN13:9781904977445. Release Date:September 2007.

I Told You I Was Ill (Paperback). John O'Connell (author). As this hilarious book shows, hypochondria is the only sane response to modern life - an illness in itself (hurrah!), and part of a noble tradition of neurosis stretching back thousands of years

I Told You I Was Ill (Paperback). Paperback 176 Pages, Published: 06/07/2006. As this hilarious book shows, hypochondria is the only sane response to modern life - an illness in itself (hurrah!), and part of a noble tradition of neurosis stretching back thousands of years. From Darwin to Tolstoy, many of history's greatest writers and thinkers have been incorrigible hypochondriacs, They understood what too many of us have forgotten: that you can only get better by imagining the worst. So let's do it! Publisher: Short Books Ltd ISBN: 9781904977445 Number of pages: 176 Weight: 170 g Dimensions: 176 x 151 x 13 mm.

I Told You I Was Ill. Adventures in Hypochondria. Published September 28, 2007 by Short Books.

His first book, I Told You I Was Ill: Adventures in Hypochondria, was published in 2005. His first novel is The Baskerville Legacy, which is set in the Edwardian world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the author who brought us Sherlock Holmes.

He now writes, mostly about books, for The Times, The Guardian, New Statesman and The National. He is also the author of I Told You I Was Ill: Adventures in Hypochondria and The Midlife Manual. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

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Author John O'Connell. Pages 176. Year of production 2007. As this hilarious book shows, hypochondria is the only sane response to modern life8212;an illness in itself, and part of a noble tradition of neurosis stretching back thousands of years

Author John O'Connell. As this hilarious book shows, hypochondria is the only sane response to modern life8212;an illness in itself, and part of a noble tradition of neurosis stretching back thousands of years. From Darwin to Tolstoy, many of history"s greatest writers and thinkers have been incorrigible hypochondriacs. They understood what too many of us have forgotten8212;you can only get better by imagining the worst.

"I am 32 years old. Height: just under six foot. Weight: ten and a half stone. Waist size: 32 on a good day. I have never been seriously ill or had an operation that required a general anaesthetic. I'm not allergic to anything that I know of, apart from magical realist novels and films starring Kate Beckinsale. Increasingly, though, I worry, I worry about illness and death..." Do you worry that spots are cancerous? That headaches are caused by tapeworm larvae burrowing into your brain (cysticercosis, it's called)? That shoulder twinges are cardiovascular accidents waiting to happen? If so, you're almost certainly a hypochondriac. But don't, worry about it. And don't whatever you do, let anyone make you feel guilty or ashamed. As this hilarious book shows, hypochondria is the only sane response to modern life - an illness in itself (hurrah!), and part of a noble tradition of neurosis stretching back thousands of years. From Darwin to Tolstoy, many of history's greatest writers and thinkers have been incorrigible hypochondriacs. They understood what too many of us have forgotten: that you can only get better by imagining the worst. So let's do it!

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