Her Name was Margaret, Denise Davy


Trade Paperback, 2021. Non-fiction/biography/Social Justice. “At age eighteen, Margaret Jacobson was admitted to the Ontario Hospital, later renamed the Hamilton Psychiatric Hospital. Years later, she died homeless and alone in the city, With meticulous research and deep compassion, Denis Davy has pieced together Margaret’s story – from promising student to patient, to homeless woman, to an unmarked grave – and asks us to look hard at the system that buried her there.” (from back cover). Price includes GST

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