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BILLY: 24 Kepribadian Billy Milligan dalam Satu Tubuh

By Daniel Keyes
  • ISBN Code: : 6024021461
  • Publisher : Mizan Publishing
  • Pages : 636
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 320
  • Book Compatibility : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Pdf : billy.pdf

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Pada akhir 1970-an, Amerika digemparkan oleh kasus pidana Billy Milligan. Dia dituduh melakukan penculikan dan pemerkosaan 3 wanita di kampus Ohio State University. Billy mengaku tidak bersalah dan tidak tahu apa-apa. Setelah diperiksa secara menyeluruh, dia didiagnosis mengidap kepribadian majemuk. Tidak hanya dua atau tiga, melainkan dua puluh empat kepribadian. Billy adalah kriminalis pertama yang dibebaskan dari penjara atas dasar alasan kegilaan, dan dia kemudian menghabiskan sepuluh tahun dirawat di berbagai rumah sakit jiwa. Bagaimana orang berkepribadian terpecah seperti Billy bisa terlahir? Bagaimana dia menjalani kehidupan, dan bagaimana dia keluar dari penderitaannya?

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