Isolation In Still Alice

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The book Still Alice by Lisa Genova, is about the power of disease and how it physically and emotionally affects the protagonist Alice. The ignorance towards Alzheimer's patients makes them feel isolated from the world, attesting to the fact that it is important to ensure them that they are still loved. Research shows that more than two third of people diagnosed with dementia experience a feeling of isolation from other people(Ranosa). Alice is dealing with mental issues and try’s to commit suicide, by swallowing all the pills in the bottle. Furthermore, Alice's husband said, “I’m going to hire a home health", a sign that her family members are starting to find difficult, to take care of her (Genova 261). Being isolated by others made Alice
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