The Greatest Mayan, Belgian "Psychological" Books of All Time

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Psychological

The Psychological genre of books typically explores the inner workings of the human mind and emotions, often delving into complex and sometimes disturbing psychological states. These books may focus on mental illness, trauma, relationships, or personal growth, and often challenge readers to confront their own beliefs and perceptions. Psychological books may be suspenseful, thought-provoking, and emotionally intense, offering readers a deep and often unsettling glimpse into the human psyche.

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  1. 1. The bells of Bicêtre by Georges Simenon

    The novel chronicles the life of a successful newspaper publisher who suffers a stroke and finds himself confined to a hospital bed, unable to communicate with the world around him. As he lies in his hospital bed, he is forced to reassess his life, his relationships and his own identity. The book explores themes of mortality, the meaning of life, and the complex nature of human relationships.

    The 2734th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Hygiene And The Assassin by Amélie Nothomb

    The book revolves around the final days of a Nobel Prize-winning author who, after being diagnosed with a terminal illness, agrees to a series of interviews having shunned public attention for decades. Known for his misanthropy and biting intellect, the author engages in verbal sparring with the journalists, each encounter more intense than the last. However, when a particularly astute and persistent female journalist enters the fray, the conversation takes an unexpected turn, leading to startling revelations about the author's past and the true nature of his controversial works. The narrative delves into themes of truth, deception, and the power dynamics inherent in the creation and interpretation of literature.

    The 6594th Greatest Book of All Time

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