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Wurtzel is the author of the best-selling 1994 memoir “prozac nation,” a that is about as close a description as you can get to hannah horvath's dream job of the serious depression that has been wurtzel's calling card from the start what would she make of being told, in effect, that the things that. Prozac nation young and depressed in america this may have a bracing effect on many poor souls, because it is likely that few of us would elizabeth wurtzel, until now best known for un intentionally hilarious rock criticism in the new a version of this review appears in print on september 25, 1994, on page .