• Title: Gotham Chronicles: The Culture of Sociopathy
  • Author: T. Byram Karasu
  • ISBN: 9781442208179
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gotham Chronicles The Culture of Sociopathy In a deeply layered psychological narrative T Byram Karasu one of America s leading professors of psychiatry illustrates that the age of narcissism has metamorphosed into the virulent age of sociop
    In a deeply layered psychological narrative, T Byram Karasu, one of America s leading professors of psychiatry, illustrates that the age of narcissism has metamorphosed into the virulent age of sociopathy, where selfishness, greed, and the violation of the rights of others have become fixtures of daily life Gotham Chronicles tells the gritty story of Mallory, a younIn a deeply layered psychological narrative, T Byram Karasu, one of America s leading professors of psychiatry, illustrates that the age of narcissism has metamorphosed into the virulent age of sociopathy, where selfishness, greed, and the violation of the rights of others have become fixtures of daily life Gotham Chronicles tells the gritty story of Mallory, a young woman who offers Rolfing massage therapy to the elite of Manhattan Gradually drawn into a world of prostitution and illicit drugs, she struggles to write a novel about her life Her clients include an assistant district attorney, a hedge fund manager, a semiretired real estate tycoon, and a drug addled college professor Corruption, disloyalty, deception, arrogance, and treacherous cynicism rule the world of these intertwined lives, where sex, drugs, and excessive money lead to consequences both permanent and tragic In a deeply psychological story, Karasu shows the age of narcissism has been replaced with a malignant age of sociopathy Selfishness, greed, and obsession have become part of everyday life and empathy seems to be a dying emotion Mental health professionals and anyone interested in our own destructive psychology will find Mallory s story both interesting and revealing.

    One Reply to “Gotham Chronicles: The Culture of Sociopathy”

    1. A little choppy for me and books about people who live in Manhattan aren't my cup of tea. Nevertheless, I did like reading it.

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