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The True History of the Elephant ManJoseph Carey Merrick born in England on August 5 1862 is better known as The Elephant Man Through horrible physical deformities which were almost impossible to describe he spent much of his life exhibited as a fairground freak until even nineteenth century sensibilities could take no Hounded persecuted and starving he ended up at London's Liverpool Street Station. I tried to read the entire book but it was simply too dry It also contained information that was not entirely relevant such as a lengthly biographical sketch of Joseph Merrick's long term physicianfriend Dr Treves The author's prose was awkward even confusing at times creating a frustrating reading experience The book has well researched information on Mr Merrick but it is contained in a dry and lifeless writing style

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Summary ó The True History of the Elephant Man ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Joseph Carey Merrick born in England on August 5 1862 is better known as The Elephant Man Through horrible physical deformities which were almost impossible to describe he spent much of his life exhibited as a fairgrounF several books a Broadway hit and a film Joseph Merrick has become part of popular mythology Here in this fully revised edition containing new details are the true and unromantic facts of his life This is an extraordinary and moving story set among the brutal realities of the Victorian world telling of a tragic individual and his survival against overwhelming od. The story of Joseph Merrick was super interesting But I rated this a 2 because I didn't want or need to read the life histories of the few people who were close to him I just wanted to read about Merrick The description of the pure delight that Merrick felt and exhibited with every day things brought me to tears I wished I was there back in the day to meet him and possibly be a friend It made me happy that he didn't die lonely

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Where he was rescued housed and fed by the distinguished surgeon Frederick Treves To Treves' surprise he discovered during the course of their friendship that lurking beneath the mass of Merrick's corrupting flesh lived a spirit that was as courageous as it had been tortured and a nature as gentle and dignified as it had been deprived and tormented The subject o. If you ever think life's dealt you an unfair hand you should read this book No one who reads it will remain unchanged It's the story of Joseph Carey Merrick B 1862 who lived with a severly disfiguring disease The story is told extensively and compassionately To hear Merrick's story is to see a man although shunned by society shone from within