A Mind of Her Own: The Life of Karen Horney

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 479 pages
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Reveals Horney's personal and professional struggle, from the time she took issue with Freud's ideas in 1920 Berlin through her exclusion from the New York Psychoanalytic Institute in 1941

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A mind of her own: the life of Karen Horney

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Here, Quinn examines gifted clinician/writer Karen Horney, a psychoanalytic "renegade'' eventually cast out of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute when she ran afoul of the new orthodoxy. The author ... Read full review

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Foreword by Leon Edel
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Prologue
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Home
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Copyright

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Susan Quinn is the author of two award-winning biographies, about Marie Curie and Karen Horney, as well as "Human Trials," which recounts the emotion-laden process of developing a drug for a difficult disease. She lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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