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London: The Women's Press, 1984.. First edition. ISBN 0 7043 2844 5. 8vo, 195 pp. Original black cloth, gilt spine titles, in dustrwrapper. Very Good. This second volume of Frame's autobiography follows the prize-winning To the Is-Land, the account of her childhood in a New Zealand . railway family. In this volume she tells how 'eight of her first ten years of adulthood in the 1940s were spent in the back wards of mental hospitals, struggling to defend a frail sense of self against the ugly diagnoses and uglier treatments of an . uncomprehending psychiatric profession'..