My Name Is Caroline
|Author||Caroline Adams Miller|
|616.85/2 B 19|
|LC Class||RC552.B84 M55 1988|
According to a review in the New York Times, the book is structured similarly to most autobiographies by former alcoholics. It describes Miller's "seven-year slide into degradation and despair", with the initial chapters acting as almost a how-to guide for bulimics. By the end of the memoir, Miller has joined a therapy program for overeaters and has overcome her eating disorder and now is healthier than ever .
- Banks, Ann (March 13, 1988), "When Eating is all the Matters", The New York Times, retrieved January 21, 2010
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