The conclusion to Barker's World War I trilogy (Regeneration, Eye in the Door) features psychiatrist William Rivers
and his former patient, Lieutenant Billy Prior, who is determined to return to the French front to fight the last days of war.
It is also about Dr William Rivers
, self-proclaimed "psychologist of the Freudian school", who worked at Craiglockhart War Hospital, near Edinburgh, where the play is set.
His Army psychiatrist, Dr William Rivers
, has been tasked with returning shellshocked officers to the trenches, yet under Sassoon's influence, has become tormented by the morality of what is being done in the name of medicine.
Truthout editor William Rivers
Pitt refers to "the rancid reality of a free and un-convicted Dick Cheney appearing in the public eye once again" following the publication of Cheney's memoirs.
Similarly, in Pat Barker's novel Regeneration, key characters are the neurologist William Rivers
and the poet Siegfried Sassoon and Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall, is a revisionist account of Thomas Cromwell.
, the author of best selling books, sent Bush a long farewell letter carrying the ironic title "The Greatest Greatness of George W.
Democracy should not ever require leaps of faith," writes journalist William Rivers
Pitt in a Truthout report, "and we have put the fate of our nation into the hands of machines that require such a leap.
Ostensibly, [the administration] would use their powers of censorship only to remove material that truly could jeopardize US operations," comments media analyst William Rivers
com), including the "spirited exchange" between Kerry and me over his misguided vote to authorize the Iraq war, and William Rivers
Pitt wrote about it on the Truthout.
Rivers - Lindsey and William Rivers
, of Oakridge, a daughter.
Writer and Iraqi observer William Rivers
Pitt notes that policemen from Atlanta, Ga.
Liverpool delivery man William Rivers
, 59, said: "George was a big part of the Beatles' magic.