Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America - Chapter 13, Woke Up This Morning Afraid I Was Going to Live Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Wurtzel
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Chapter 13, Woke Up This Morning Afraid I Was Going to Live Summary and Analysis

Wurtzel is walking to Stillman again after returning back to the States. She is supposed to pack clothes but since she returned from London ten days ago, she hasn't changed clothes, so why should she now? The inevitable pattern of clean, dirty, clean again, etc. tires Wurtzel.

Since she has come back from London, Wurtzel has stopped fighting her depression and has decided to accept her constant lows. In essence, she refuses to get better from now on. Dr. Sterling comes to see her and realizes that Mellaril is not working for her anymore. Before she left for London, she qualifies to take a new drug called Prozac, for which she appears to be the perfect candidate. She can also qualify...

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