The author Margiad Evans had her first epileptic fit in May 1950, alone, in an isolated cottage in the Cotswolds, only a few months before the birth of her only child. Her experiences stimulated her to write one of the few non-medical accounts of the affliction by a patient, namely A Ray of Darkness, which […]
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