A Mind of Her Own: The Life of Karen Horney

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Summit Books, 1987 - Psychology - 479 pages
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Here is a biography of Karen Horney, a bold, complex, independent woman who became one of the preeminent figures in psychoanalysis. A vivid and convincing portrait of a woman whose struggles and passions speak to us today with astonishing immediacy. Black-and-white photographs.

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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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