The male ego
A renowned psychiatrist argues that men's identities are dangerously connected to reputation and shows how this embattled sense of manhood affects language, politics, relationships between the sexes, and men's self esteem. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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Gaylin is the psychiatrist author of the popular self-help books Feelings ( LJ 12/1/78), The Rage Within ( LJ 11/15/84), and Rediscovering Love (Penguin, 1986). In The Male Ego , he provides an up-to ... Read full review
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