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Nellie Bly’s journal of being institutionalized for 10 days. An expose of how the “insane” were treated.


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    If you read this book without knowing anything of Nellie Bly except that she was a journalist, you might think it was a wonderful expose of the absolute horrors of bedlam in New York.

    You might doubt whether really the food was so bad that apart from a crust or two and a bowl of cold tea, it was totally inedible – the bread had spiders baked into it. You might wonder if the nurses were all nasty, brutish and extremely violent. Question if the doctors were either ha

    If you read this book without knowing anything of Nellie Bly except that she was a journalist, you might think it was a wonderful expose of the absolute horrors of bedlam in New York.

    You might doubt whether really the food was so bad that apart from a crust or two and a bowl of cold tea, it was totally inedible – the bread had spiders baked into it. You might wonder if the nurses were all nasty, brutish and extremely violent. Question if the doctors were either having public affairs with their illiterate nursing assistants or just plain blind to the extreme violence, starvation and freezing conditions all around. You might even come to the conclusion, as I did that even if half (or perhaps a quarter) of all this was true then it was outrageous and perhaps fantastical. But it was a good bit of reporting, because she was taken seriously and conditions did change for the better, or were said to, which is the same thing in a book.

    However, if you knew that Nellie Bly (the pseudonym of Elizabeth Cochran) was an investigative journalist with all that implies in the modern era, and had also written, “Nellie Bly as a White Slave” and “Trying to be a Servant” you might think she was a bit of a sensationalist reporter who’d do anything for a laff and a buck and you wouldn’t be far wrong. (These two pieces are available at the link above here Also some strange advertisements).

    It was then my opinion of the book sunk down to a 3 star. Just a journalist assignment, pays the bills, keeps her in the public eye as a late 19thC ‘celebrity’. Just as she went off on a less-than-eighty-days jaunt around the world for a newspaper.

    But then, it all changed when I read that these sensationalist titles were to gain the popular eye – Nellie Bly was a fierce feminist and exposer of the terrible attitudes and sometimes treatment women faced from the completely male-driven society of her time. Nellie Bly’s schtick extended to exposing prison conditions (which she also got improved somewhat), corruption in the State Legislature (you think anyone could affect political corruption more than temporarily?) So sensationalism was a means to an end. How could I give less than 5 stars to a woman who stood together with Emma Goldman and Susan B. Anthony. She should be better known now and an icon of her times and profession.
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