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Tracy, I read The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat before I read Hallucinations. Since I read them so close together, I could definitely see him using the same m.o. so to speak. In Hallucinations he may have relied more on people telling their own stories, whereas in The Man& he was relaying stories of people who, for the most part, were his patients.This book is worth the read. I hope you get it!