Banished knowledge: facing childhood injuries

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Doubleday, Aug 1, 1990 - Philosophy - 212 pages
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Miller believes that any person who so wishes can according to his or her capabilities, follow the path she has taken: to feel the banished child within and let that child speak and condemn the past abuse in order to liberate his or her life.

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In her strongest book yet advocating children's rights, Miller ( The Drama of the Gifted Child, The Untouched Key ) charges that psychoanalysis, a field in which she has worked for more than 20 years ... Read full review

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Murdering for the Innocence of the Parents
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A Favorite Fairy Tale of Scientists
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Alice Miller (1923-2010) is the author of such classic works as The Drama of the Gifted Child, Prisoners of Childhood, The Body Never Lies, From Rage to Courage, and Free from Lies.

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