The Diary of Geza Csath

The Diary of Geza Csath


An acclaimed neurologist generally considered as Hungary's first modern writer, Geza Csath was once additionally a morphine addict who shot and killed his spouse prior to killing himself. The diary starts off as a clinically photo depiction of Csath's conquest of dozens of ladies - from chambermaids to aristocrats - in the course of his tenure as a physician at a Slovakian wellbeing and fitness spa in 1912.

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