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In anatomy of an illness, a pioneering account of his triumph over a severe illness, norman cousins recounted in aspiring detail the helpful effect that positive attitudes and a partnership with his physician had on his recovery. After watching my own children grow up with their cousins, i was inspired to model the characters after our real life group of cousins. Mar 07, 20 norman cousins intros a movie about how he discovered that laughter is the best medicine. Both great books, both eyeopening and mindbending, both very much worth reading. Following his appointment as executive editor in 1940, he. Norman cousins books list of books by norman cousins. Anatomy of an illness is the story of norman cousins and his successive fight.375 815 848 865 951 751 847 4 1420 816 976 350 935 1075 991 111 542 727 85 964 1436 830 540 1477 633 333 911 195 717 328 531 1465 1440 205 331 721 1246 817 776