Thou Shalt Not be Aware: Society's Betrayal of the Child

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Pluto Press, 1998 - Child abuse - 331 pages
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'An important book with relevance to us all' New Statesman'Powerful reading' Angela Neustatter, The Guardian'Direct and positive in its approach to an urgent and bewildering problem' LA TimesMiller combines case histories with dreams, fairy tales and the works of Kafka, Woolf, Flaubert, and Beckett, in a formidable argument for a more compassionate approach to a bewildering problem.

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"It is not the psychologists but the literary writers who are ahead of their time." -Alice Miller Enough said. Read full review

Review: Thou Shalt Not Be Aware : Society's Betrayal of the Child

User Review  - Goodreads

"It is not the psychologists but the literary writers who are ahead of their time." -Alice Miller Enough said. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Alice Miller is the author of many bestselling books including Breaking Down the Walls of Silence (1992) and The Drama of Being a Child (1995).

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