Blake's Therapy by Ariel Dorfman
A Novel

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Blake's Therapy is a whirlwind ride through the desires of one man to find something real in a virtual world. After suffering a mental breakdown, Graham Blake checks into the Corporate Life Therapy Institute, where the self-assured, silver-tongued Dr. Carl Tolgate has prepared a strange, shocking, and erotic treatment. Now Blake must find out, before it is too late, who is controlling his life, his company’s future, and his own heart.
A work of intense psychological intrigue, Blake's Therapy holds a magnifying glass to one man’s life as it unravels in a world of economic turmoil and spiritual crisis.

About Ariel Dorfman

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Ariel Dorfman, the Chilean novelist, playwright, journalist, poet, and human rights activist was forced into exile form his homeland following the Chilean military coup of 1973. Since the restoration of democracy in 1990, he has divided his time between Santiago and the United States. Among his many works are the memoir Heading South, Looking North and the highly acclaimed play Death and the Maiden. His writings have won numerous awards, including the Sir Laurence Olivier Award for best play in London, 1992. He contributes regularly to major newspapers and magazines around the world. He is a distinguished professor at Duke University and lives with his wife Angélica, in Durham, North Carolina, and Santiago, Chile. From the Hardcover edition.
Published January 4, 2011 by Seven Stories Press. 176 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Blake begins his therapy and along the way becomes besotted with the family’s grown daughter Roxanna, a holistic healer, who prays right in front of the camera, as if she were praying to him.

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Blake's reaction is to try to find the real family upon which Roxanna's fake family is based.

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