Dissociative Disorders In Dan Crawford's Asylum

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With Dan unaware of his actions, and constantly facing mild dissociative disorder, a police officer was assigned to follow his every step. The last section of the novel, Asylum by Madeleine Roux, included many obstacles the protagonist had to face. Dan Crawford, began the novel by spending his summer in the New Hampshire Prep program, as he began to uncover secrets hiding in the dorms he uncovered secrets about his past. With residing at Brookline, a shutdown mental hospital, many spin tingling secrets began to rise. Since Dan is a foster child and his biological parents decide to hide, much of his history has been covered. At this program, he began seeing connections to his life. Unaware of his blackouts, a serial killer began to kill his
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