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Black water

Albert is an epileptic who lives a cloistered life with his mother in nineteenth-century England, and while she deludes herself searching for a miracle cure, Albert eventually begins to accept his condition and to become self-reliant.

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  • "Albert is an epileptic who lives a cloistered life with his mother in nineteenth-century England, and while she deludes herself searching for a miracle cure, Albert eventually begins to accept his condition and to become self-reliant."@en
  • "Albert is an epileptic who lives a cloistered life with his mother in nineteenth-century England, and while she deludes herself searching for a miracle cure, Albert eventually begins to accept his condition and to become self-reliant."
  • "Albert Edward suffers from what is now known as epilepsy. But in the 1880's he is locked away because of his disability, believed by some to be mad and not worth educating. Albert Edward needs to find a way forward into the world."@en

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  • "Young adult works"@en
  • "History"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"

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  • "Black water"
  • "Black water"@en