A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994 - Study Guide Chapters 42-46 Summary & Analysis

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Nash was committed to the Carrier Clinic, a private psychiatric hospital near Princeton in 1963. At Carrier, Nash met psychiatrist Howard Mele, who played a significant role in his life for the next several years. When he was released, he rented a room since Alicia refused to allow him to live with her. Princeton again gave him a one year research appointment. Alicia attended parties with him but refused to resume their marriage.

Nash continued treatment with Mele on an outpatient basis. He was offered a one year position doing research and teaching a course. Dr. Mele thought he could handle the position. By February, Nash began having problems again and tried to secure a position in France instead of staying at Princeton.

Nash sailed on the Queen Mary. When his friend Grothendick was out of Paris, he went to Italy. On a visit...

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