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In 1887, Nellie Bly had herself committed to the notorious Blackwell’s Island insane asylum in New York City with the goal of discovering what life was like for its patients. While there, she experienced firsthand the shocking abuse and neglect of its inmates, from inedible food to horrifyingly unsanitary conditions. Ten Days in a Mad-House is Bly’s expose of the asylum.
Written for Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World, Bly’s account chronicles her 10 days at Blackwell’s Island and, upon its publication, drew public attention to the abuse of the institutionalized and led to a grand jury investigation of the facility. Ten Days in a Mad-House established Bly as a pioneering female journalist and remains a classic of investigative reporting.
This was a sad account told by Nellie Bly who was incredibly brave to get herself admitted into this “mad house” so that she could tell the world about what actually happened behind closed doors. The horrific treatment of patients is the stuff from nightmares; staff beating and choking patients, freezing conditions, cold baths, rotten food etc. The list of atrocious behaviour by those in a position of care is endless. It is also shocking to how quickly sane women were deemed insane for quite different illnesses, often nothing to do with their mental health at all.
I was relieved and very glad that Nellie managed to free herself after the ten days but I would have been interested to know how she did that as it was virtually impossible to get released from these places.
This is a very slim at just under a hundred pages and is written in a language of the times but still very able if you are interested in the subject matter.
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