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The terminal man / Michael Crichton.

[1st ed.].. New York : Knopf, 1972.
ISBN 0394447689

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
PS3553.R48 .T4 Available Request
LIB stacks
PS3553.R48 T4 Available Request
Van Ness stacks
PS 3553 .R48 T4 Available Request
Van Ness stacks
PS 3553 .R48 T4 Available Request
UNIV General stacks
813.54 C75t, 1972 Available Request
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
PS3553.R43 T4 1972 Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving - Request in Special Collections
PS3553.R48 T4 1972 copy 2
Subjects Paranoia -- Patients -- Fiction.
Psychosurgery -- Fiction.
Description xi, 247 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Harry Benson suffers from violent seizures. So much so that he requires a police guard when entering a Los Angeles hospital for treatment. Dr. Roger McPherson, head of the prestigious Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, is convinced he can cure Benson through a procedure known as stage three. During this highly specialized surgery, electrodes are placed deep in Benson's brain, sending monitored soothing pulses to its pleasure canyons. The operation is a success-until Benson discovers how to get the pulses with increasing frequency. He escapes from the hospital, a homicidal maniac with a deadly agenda. A computer specialist who suffers from violent seizures has electrodes implanted in his brain to soothe his impulses and he soon learns to program the implants himself.
Genre Psychological fiction.
Science fiction.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)213300
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Crichton, Michael, 1942-2008.
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