From the book jacket: Robert Oxnam was a high-profile, successful man:
A renowned scholar and president of the Asia Society, he appeared frequently on
television and traveled the world as a sought-after expert. But what the
millions of people whod seen him didnt know -- what even those closest to him
didnt know -- was that Oxnam suffered from multiple personality disorder. It
was only after an intervention staged by family and friends, in response to
frequent blackouts and episodic rages assumed to be alcohol-driven, that he
sought treatment with Dr. Jeffery Smith; the first of his eleven personalities
emerged in a session in 1990. After years of treatment, he has integrated them
into three: Robert, Wanda, and Bobby, who take turns narrating this remarkable,
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