Christopher Riche Evans: Mind in Chains



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I struggled with this book I m not sure why as individually each f the stories has merit but somehow as a collection I couldn t uit. In the screaming dungeons Double Jeopardy of the mindYour rational mind is a hatch Lift it and look into the Pit itself Naked gibbering fears lurk just below the levelf consciousness Some are irrational Some are all too realisticDr Christopher Eva.

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Dr Christopher Riche Evans 29 May 1931 – 10 October 1979 was a British psychologist computer scientist and authorBorn in Aberdovey he spent his childhood in Wales and was educated at Christ College Brecon 1941–49 He spent two years in the RAF 1950–52and worked as a science journalist and writer until 1957 when he began a BA course in Psychology at University College London graduat